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1. 881 KB students will be shooting with the Canon C100 and Ninja Recorder and/or may be using a Sony A7s (or similar) and/or the Arri SR Film Camera

This Helpsheet will show you how to ingest Canon C100 footage into AVID if you recorded it on a Ninja Recorder

Fast Import Film Transfer files into a 23.98 AVID 1080 project

AVID - Fast Import Apple ProRes Workflow

This Helpsheet will show you how to ingest C100 footage into AVID if you recorded it to the SDHC cards without using the Ninja Recorder

AVID - Project Setup and Workflow for AVCHD video files recorded on the Canon C100, Sony FS100 and the Panasonic HMC150

This Helpsheet will show you how to ingest Sony A7s or similar Sony A7 footage into AVID 

DaVinci Resolve to AVID - How to make AVID Project and .mxf MediaFiles

2. Import audio files recorded on the 744T or 702T into AVID or FCP projects using the >File>Import commands.  

See worksheet AVID - Importing Audio

3. Subclip each slated take of the video clips and audio clips. Subclip in point is on the slate before clap and out point is at the end of the take.
See Worksheet 

Subclip Audio In AVID

4. "Autosync" (AVID) to create Synced dailies of audio and video
See worksheet 

Sync Audio in AVID

5. Check each synced clip to ensure sync

6. Edit your footage in the timeline until you are absolutely to the point were you are picture locked. Do not spend time making titles or credits because they will need to be redone in the online. Just make place holders at exact durations the titles will be.

7. Prepare to sound mix. Schedule a time with Susanne Kraft to do a sound mix if you haven't already.

8. Export an .aaf AND Quicktime file for sound editor (not the mixer) to use in ProTools.  
See worksheets How to Export .aaf and Quicktime to ProTools

9. Open the .aaf and QuickTime into a ProTools Project  

Check the sync of the ProTools audio tracks with imported DV-NTSC Quicktime and begin sound editing

10. Sound Editor will edit the sound in ProTools until you all lock sound design.

11. Make a copy of the ProTools session to take to sound mixer to do your final mix.
How to make a copy of the ProTools session  

Once session is saved as a copy place that folder on the temp_transfer server or hard drive

12. Create a Roughly Mixed Version to post to Vimeo (Optional)

How to make a HD Vimeo File

Mix your session with the assigned Post-Production Sound Mixer and they will give you a stereo and a 5.1 surround mix sound file that will be added into the online session and joined with the video.

13. Color correct the video clips.  Don't move or do any tweaking on video clips in the online sequence because you could slip sync.

How to Use Color Correction Tools in AVID

14. How to port over your AVID project to Davinci Resolve - Resolve is a much more complicated workflow than color correction in AVID FYI!!

Round Trip AVID project to DaVinci Resolve for Color Correction

15. How to open and setup DaVinci Resolve Color Correction Project Exported From AVID

16. How to

Export Your Project Back to AVID from Resolve

17. Import final LtRt into project sequence.  How to Import your Sound Mix into your AVID Project properly.

18. Export Final Quicktime for Screeing

see AVID - Final Screening QuickTime Export

19. Backup Media to LTO tape (Optional)