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Gary Bettan
April 2nd, 2014, 07:52 PM
EDIUS Pro 7 Tutorial Part 1: Multiformat Editing in Grass Valley EDIUS Pro 7

EDIUS Pro 7 Tutorial Part 1: Multiformat Editing in Grass Valley EDIUS Pro 7 Streaming Media Conference Videos (http://bcove.me/gmlfq7e3)

One of the great things about Grass Valley EDIUS 7 is its ability to take multiple codecs, frame rates, and whatnot, place them on the same timeline, and edit and play them in real time. We’ll explore how that works in this tutorial.

Importing Multi-Format Media

To begin importing media, go to the Bin window in the upper right of the main EDIUS UI, and double-click to open the Browse window. You can see in Figure 1 (below) that I have a lot of different codecs here, which doesn’t even touch the amount of codecs that EDIUS can actually use.

EDIUS Pro 7 Tutorial Part 2: Multicam Editing in Grass Valley EDIUS Pro 7

EDIUS Pro 7 Tutorial Part 2: Multicam Editing in Grass Valley EDIUS Pro 7 Streaming Media Conference Videos (http://bcove.me/s9q42wz7)

Here's a look inside EDIUS Pro 7's MultiCam Mode, exploring how it streamlines editing up to 16 cameras, and leaves plenty of room for adjustments and tweaks after you make your initial cuts.

One of the great features of EDIUS is its multicam mode. It's a very simple, and yet very powerful tool to use to synchronize footage from different cameras when you've shot an event with more than one camera.

Setting Up a Multicam Edit

To illustrate how it works, I'm going to begin by bringing in my two shots, Cam 1 and Cam 1, as shown in Figure 1 (below).

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