Grass Valley EDIUS tutorials

What’s new in EDIUS 9

EDIUS 9 was released in November 2017 and there will be many features added in the next few years. When each update arrives a new video on the changes will be available here.

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Installing EDIUS 9

In this series of videos I look at installing EDIUS 9, setting up project and device presets and various other ways I recommend that EDIUS is configured.

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New Blue Titler Pro 5 and EDIUS 9

With EDIUS 9 you can get a free version of NewBlue Titler Pro 5. It does not install with EDIUS so here I explain where to download the installer and the basics of using the program.

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An introduction to Grass Valley MYNC

Grass Valley introduced the Grass Valley browser in EDIUS 8 and it was renamed MYNC in 2017 and had some storyboarding features added.  You can get a free version from the Grass Valley website and also buy a stand-alone version.

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What’s new in EDIUS 8

In April 2017 Grass Valley released EDIUS 8.5 with much improved H.264 encoding and an interface that scales properly on a 4K computer screen.

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In this video we look at editing 4K footage in EDIUS 7. While we were making this video EDIUS 8 was released, but rather than remake everything we had filmed we decided to finish the video we were preparing. Editing 4K video in EDIUS 8 is the same as editing video in EDIUS 7; most formats perform in the same way and it can work with the same range of i.o devices.

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A complete edit in EDIUS 7

This tutorial will take you through a complete edit in EDIUS 7, covering importing AVCHD footage, editing, trimming, adjusting audio and adding titles all the way to making a Blu-ray disc and DVD with EDIUS’ built-in disc authoring tools and also exporting an MP4 file for upload to YouTube. The entire tutorial lasts about 1 hour.

This tutorial will serve as a good introduction to EDIUS for anyone who has just switched to the program, or a good place to see some of the basics of the program simply explained for anyone thinking of switching from another editor. It also gives you a good idea of the style of presentation of our tutorial videos if you are considering investing in a set.

These videos are taken from the first section of the first disc of our 4 disc tutorial set. If you already own our tutorials the online section is the same as on our current discs, except we have updated the last few chapters to cover the disc export from EDIUS 7, as well as making an MP4 file.

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EDIUS 7 and Blackmagic devices

This tutorial is designed to explore one of the main new features in Grass Valley EDIUS 7 – the ability to use Blackmagic hardware for capture and playback. Future updates to EDIUS will let you use Matrox Mx02 and AJA cards as well, although with the first release of EDIUS only the Matrox MX02LE is the only other third party card supported, and even then, only for playback.

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AAF Export in EDIUS Pro 7

AAF is a way of transferring a project from one program to another. It does so as a series of cuts so you can tweak the edit in the new program, although not everything is transferred. It is extremely useful if trying to take an edit to Resolve for grading or to another editing program.

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Here we have some free EDIUS tutorials.  These are completely new videos not sections taken from our successful EDIUS TUTORIAL DISCS.  Some of the topics covered are the same, some are different.

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AVCHD2HQ was invented to convert AVCHD footage to Canopus HQ format for the days when computers could not cope with this highly compressed format. A modern computer and EDIUS 6 can easily cope with AVCHD to there is no need to transcode the footage, however, Grass Valley have recently added several features including better quality downscaling and some STEREOSCOPIC options.

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This section has a video show casing the EDIUS 3D preview version which was released in early 2012. It also shows some of the new features we expect to be in EDIUS 6.5.

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