The second tutorial in our ongoing series on Grass Valley EDIUS is on a new feature in EDIUS 6.0 called Proxy Mode editing. Proxy Mode allows you to edit with low-resolution proxy files, which make field editing is easier because they conserve your system resources, allowing you to work as efficiently with a laptop or other lower-powered computer as on the tower systems in your studio.
In the 4th installment of his Vegas Pro Tips & Tricks tutorial series, Sony certified Vegas editor David McKnight discusses Track Grouping, Nested VEG files, and other key new features of Sony Vegas Pro 10d, the new version introduced at NAB 2011.
Editing instructor and award-winning videographer Philip Hinkle explores the new Mask Filter in Grass Valley EDIUS 6 in this first installment of a six-part tutorial series. Upcoming tutorials in the series include Streamlined Field Production with Proxy Mode (July 7), Efficient Multicam Editing (July 21), A/V Sync for DSLR Shooters Using PluralEyes (August 4), Exploring Custom Filter Presets and Nested Sequences (August 18), and Using ISP ROBUSKEY to Create Stellar Keys (September 1).
Event and corporate video producer extraordinaire discusses authoring and producing for delivery in multiple formats--DVD, Blu-ray, and Web-DVD/Flash--in a single workflow in Adobe Encore CS5.5 and (via Dynamic Link) in Premiere Pro CS5.5 and Photoshop CS5.5.