An update on the Video functionality in Pro Tools 2020.3 as it relates to QuickTime compatibility on macOS Catalina. A comprehensive knowledgebase about file compatibility can be found at The previous video with a walkthrough of the various options to play, import and convert files unsupported at this time can be found at ▶️ Follow Avid Pro Tools:
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With the introduction of the Avid Video Engine from Pro Tools 11 onwards, knowing how to take the most out of video performance, such as converting it to the Avid DNxHD format, will be of benefit to you. While touching on some additional information, that’s what this video is about. Closed Captions and Brazilian Portuguese are available.
This video looks at video handling basics in Cubase. It starts with importing a video in Cubase, which is placed on a video track with the sound on a separate audio track. There are many options for working with video in Cubase, including matching the frame rate of the video file and Cubase project, a dedicated video window, showing timecode in the video file, different time displays, pre-roll, adding markers, tempo changes, accommodating video edit requests and exporting the video with all changes embedded. Working with video in Cubase is very flexible, ensuring your music and audio edits stay perfectly [More]
Now, Mark looks at using the newly introduced reverb ‘REVelation’ on a vocal track.
This video corresponds with material from chapter 7 in your textbook, which has some very useful diagrams that summarize this information. Please check that out! 0:00 Introduction 1:18 Tonic triads 2:29 Dominant triads 3:52 Supertonic triads 4:50 Root movement by descending fifth 6:11 Submediant triads 7:19 Mediant triads 8:41 Leading tone triads 10:03 Subdominant triads 11:29 Three common exceptions
This video corresponds with material from chapter 7 in your textbook, which talks about sequence with a bit more detail. Please review this as well. 0:00 Defining sequence. 1:36 Example 1: The circle-of-fifths progression 5:03 Example 2: Down 4th, Up 2nd 7:23 Example 3
Video export is one of the new features in Cubase 10.5 which makes working with video – for example in sound design, audio for TV or audio for film – much more flexible. Exporting video files from Cubase includes video partial export, making sharing work in progress for projects including video in Cubase much more flexible. Exporting video includes any of the audio work done in Cubase embedded in the video files, with a range of options to make reviewing the exported material as flexible as possible. We hope you find this video entertaining and useful. If you like what [More]
0:19 What is a triad? 1:25 Triad members 3:51 Triad Qualities – Major 6:55 Triad Qualities – Minor 9:22 Triad Qualities – Diminished 10:49 Triad Qualities – Augmented 12:15 All Triad Qualities – Summary This video corresponds with the following pages in your Kostka and Payne textbook: 38-39 (Chapter 3).