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Wanna Switch? - Lesson 6 - Outputting

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To finish off our introductory look at Avid's Media Composer, Kevin P McAuliffe takes a look at outputting both to tape, and to a file. This way, whether you need to output your final show for a client, or get a file ready to work with in After Effects, you're going to be covered!



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