High-res, high efficiencyNEW! Avid DNxHR and OpenEXR support eliminate bottlenecks, so you can work with a massive amount of media and quickly relink proxies to the original files with ease. Your project media will always be linked—even as projects move and evolve over the years. Organize and find files fast Organize and find files fast Organize and find files fast With new bin containers and mapping, you can organize and group content any way you want.
From fluid timeline editing, to the precision toolset, you can navigate and cut sequences more intuitively and tell better stories. Work the way you want to work, with a modern interface that makes editing easier and more fluid.
Task-oriented workspaces—Edit, Color, Audio, and Effects—provide just the tools you need. You can even resize, rearrange, and hide panels. Sync up to 64 different angles automatically—even with different formats and frames—so you can immediately edit and align shots as needed. Design stunning visuals Design stunning visuals Design stunning visuals Add dramatic flair to your stories with built-in VFX, filters, and titles.
Take your creative vision further with more video plugins and advanced tools to create composites, motion effects, transitions, graphics, and animation. Close Make projects look and sound better with advanced tools Finish in the box—or out Whether you do all color correction, grading, and audio mixing in Media Composer, or roundtrip out to other applications, you can be confident that your work will accurately hit every delivery specification.
Total color precision NEW! Media Composer future-proofs your content with its bit floating point color pipeline and ACES color support, ensuring consistent color accuracy from end to end.
Import, edit, color grade, and deliver incredibly realistic imagery with exceptional detail in the shadows and highlights. Create studio-quality soundtracks Create studio-quality soundtracks Create studio-quality soundtracks Make your story sound as good as it looks with a suite of audio tools and plugins.
Create up to 64 tracks of dialogue, music, and sound effects in 7. From intelligent media handling, to automated tasks, Media Composer takes the work out of your workflow. Go big—up to 8K and beyond Go big—up to 8K and beyond Go big—up to 8K and beyond Experience smooth, reliable editing and playback performance, no matter how large your source files are.
Work with all the beautiful, high-resolution image detail of the original media for better editing precision, without your workflow coming to a standstill. Edit at the speed of your imagination Edit at the speed of your imagination Edit at the speed of your imagination With the live timeline and unlimited playback streams, you can make changes to sequences during playback on the fly.
Plus, with native support for tons of formats, including OP1a, you can start editing immediately—without the transcode wait. Save time with automation Save time with automation Save time with automation Media Composer automates time-consuming tasks in the background. Instead of waiting hours for transcoding, rendering, consolidating, and relinking media, you can just keep working.
Ideal for podcasters, videographers, vloggers, dialogue editors, and audio post engineers, it delivers natural results without compression, saving you time. Save time with presets, or use the sliders to fine-tune, with full control over the color range, sensitivity, spill, edge smoothness, and more. You can even create glows, shadows, and outlines around your subject. Anderson, this library contains over 90 Foley recordings of common actions—including footsteps, cloth rustle, body grabs, and more—to bring everyday scenes to life.
Because the music comes with a worldwide license, you never have to worry about where your production may be watched or used. For new offers, please allow up to 7 business days for product to appear in your account.
President Wilson's 1914 Executive Order allowed the Navy to censor international telegrams sent or received via radio. Though many, including the Marconi Wireless Company of America, vehemently challenged the censorship ban, it stuck, and so began the Navy's heavy involvement with wartime radio. Navy radio stations, which had higher powered signals than those sent out on the frontlines, were able to relay timely wartime news to vessels at sea.
There was some experimentation with troop entertainment via radio transmission, too, with broadcasts aimed at Navy ships at sea and wounded sailors recovering in hospitals".