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Media Composer
Developer(s)Avid Technology
Initial release1989; 31 years ago
Stable release
Operating systemmacOS 10.12 and later, Windows 7 and later.
TypeVideo editing software
WebsiteAvid Media Composer

Avid Media Composer is a film and video editing software application or non-linear editing system (NLE) developed by Avid Technology. Initially released in 1989 on Macintosh II as an offline editing system, the application has since evolved to allow for both offline and online editing, including uncompressed standard definition (SD), high definition (HD), 2K and 4K editing and finishing. Since the 1990s, Media Composer has been the dominant non-linear editing system in the film and television industry, first on Macintosh and later on Windows. Avid NewsCutter, aimed at newsrooms, Avid Symphony, aimed at finishing, were all Avid products that were derived from Media Composer and share similar interfacing, as were Avid Xpress Pro (discontinued in 2008) and its predecessor Avid Xpress DV, which were aimed at the lower end of the market.

There are 4 versions of Avid Media Composer;[1] Media Composer First (a freeware version), Media Composer, Media Composer Ultimate, and Media Composer Enterprise. Media Composer can be used as standalone software, or to which the user can add specific external I/O devices, either from Avid or from specific third parties.


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According to Eric Peters, one of the company's founders, most prototypes of 'the Avid' were built on Apollo workstations. At some point, Avid demo'd one of their products at SIGGRAPH. Says Peters: 'Some Apple people saw that demo at the show and said, 'Nice demo. Wrong platform!' It turned out they were evangelists for the then new Mac II (with *six* slots!). When we got back to our office (actually a converted machine shop) after the show, there was a pile of FedEx packages on our doorstep. They were from Apple, and they contained two of their prototype Mac II machines (so early they didn't even have cases, just open chassis). Also there were four large multisync monitors. Each computer was loaded with full memory (probably 4 megs at the time), and a full complement of Apple software (pre-Claris). That afternoon, a consultant knocked on our door saying, 'Hi. I'm being paid by Apple to come here and port your applications from Apollo to Macintosh.' He worked for us for several weeks, and actually taught us how to program the Macs.' At the time, Macs were not considered to be fast enough for video purposes. The Avid engineering team, however, managed to get 1,200 kBytes per second, which allowed them to do offline video on the Macs.

The Avid Film Composer was introduced in August 1992. Film Composer was the first non-linear digital editing system to capture and edit natively at 24fps. Steven Cohen was the first editor to use Film Composer for a major motion picture, on Lost in Yonkers (1993).

The system has been used by other top editors such as Walter Murch on The English Patient, the first digitally edited film to receive a Best Editing Oscar.

In 1994, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences awarded the Avid Film Composer with a plaque for Science & Technical Achievement. Six persons were recognized in that effort: Bill Warner, Eric Peters, Joe Rice, Patrick O'Connor, Tom Ohanian, and Michael Phillips. For continued development, Avid received an Oscar representing the 1998 Scientific and Technical Award for the concept, design, and engineering of the Avid Film Composer system for motion picture editing.

Film Composer is no longer available, since all of its specific film editing features were implemented into the 'regular' Media Composer.

In July 2009, American Cinema Editors (ACE) announced that the ACE Board of Directors had recognized Avid Media Composer software with the Board's first ACE Technical Excellence Award.[2]


Avid Mojo DX: a newer version of the Mojo with architecture offering faster processing and full 1920x1080 HD resolution in addition to standard definition video. This interface has SDI/HD-SDI inputs and outputs, HDMI outputs and stereo 1/4' TRS audio inputs and outputs.

Avid Nitris DX: a replacement of the Adrenaline hardware, a successor to the original Avid Nitris (used with Avid DS and Avid Symphony), with architecture offering faster processing and full 1920x1080 HD resolution (without extra cards) in addition to standard definition video. This interface also has a hardware DNxHD codec. Video connections include SDI, HD-SDI, Composite, S-Video and Component (SD or HD) inputs and outputs, it also has a HDMI output. Audio connections include XLR, AES, optical S/PDIF and ADAT inputs and outputs. It also has RCA inputs and 1/4' TRS outputs, plus LTC timecode I/O. Starting with Media Composer v5.5 an optional AVC-Intra codec module can be installed in the Nitris DX for native playback of this format. With Media Composer v6.0 is it now possible to have two DNxHD or AVC-Intra modules installed for dual stream stereoscopic capture and full resolution stereoscopic playback.

Hardware history[edit]

Media Composer as standalone software (with optional hardware) has only been available since June 2006 (version 2.5). Before that, Media Composer was only available as a turnkey system.

The 1990s[edit]

From 1991 until 1998, Media Composer 1000, 4000 and 8000 systems were Macintosh-only, and based on the NuVista videoboard by Truevision. The first-release Avids (US) supported 640x480 30i video, at resolutions and compression identified by the prefix 'AVR'. Single-field resolutions were AVR 1 through 9s; interlaced (finishing) resolutions were initially AVR 21–23, with the later improvements of AVR 24 through 27, and the later AVR 70 through 77. AVR12 was a two-field interlaced offline resolution. Additionally, Avid marketed the Media Composer 400 and 800 as offline-only editors. These systems exclusively used external fast SCSI drives (interfaced through a SCSI accelerator board) for media storage. Avid media was digitised as OMFI (Open Media Framework Interchange) format.

In the mid-nineties, versions 6 and 7 of Media Composer 1000, 8000 and 9000 were based on the Avid Broadcast Video Board (ABVB), supporting video resolutions up to AVR77. The video image was also improved to 720x480. 3D add-on boards (most notably the Pinnacle Alladin, externally, and the pinnacle genie pro board, internally, through special 100 pin bypass cable ) and 16bit 48K 4-channel and 8-channel audio I/O (Avid/DigiDesign 442 and Avid/DigiDesign 888) were optional.

The 1998 introduction of the Avid Symphony marked the transition from ABVB to the Meridien hardware, allowing for uncompressed SD editing. This introduction was also the first version of Media Composer XL available for the Windows operating system. Many users were concerned that Avid would abandon the Mac platform, which they eventually did not do. Media Composer XL versions 8 through 12.0.5 (models MC Offline XL, MC 1000 XL, MC 9000XL) were built around Meridien hardware. Compression options were expressed in ratios for the first time in the evolution of the product. Even though the video board had changed, the audio I/O was still handled by the Avid/DigiDesign 888 (16bit 48K) hardware. At this time, 16x9 aspect ratios began to be supported.

The 2000s[edit]

Avid media composer versions

Avid Media Composer Meridien was released through November, 2003.

In 2003, Avid Mojo and Avid Adrenaline formed the new DNA (Digital Non-linear Accelerator) hardware line. The launch of Avid Media Composer Adrenaline brought along a software version renumbering, as it was labeled Avid Media Composer Adrenaline 1.0. At this time, Avid began using MXF (Material Exchange Format) formatting for media files. Avid products maintain compatibility with OMFI files.

Adrenaline was the first Media Composer system to support 24bit audio. It also meant the end of Film Composer and Media Composer Offline, since the Avid Media Composer Adrenaline featured most of the film options and online resolutions and features. From this point onward, Avid systems have supported media storage using SCSI, PCI-e, SATA, IEEE 1394a & b, Ethernet and fiberoptic interfaces.


In 2006, Media Composer 2.5 was the first version to be offered 'software-only', giving the user the option of purchasing and using the software without the additional cost of the external accelerators. Software-only Avid setups could use third-party breakout boxes, usually interfaced via FireWire, to acquire video from SDI and analog sources.

In 2008, the Mojo DX and Nitris DX were introduced, replacing the Adrenaline. Both are capable of handling uncompressed HD video, with the Nitris DX offering greater processing speed and input/output flexibility.

Avid designed hardware[edit]

Avid systems used to ship with Avid branded I/O boxes, like Mojo, Adrenaline and Nitris, but in recent years have ceased to produce their own hardware, and have started collaborating with companies like Blackmagic Design and AJA, releasing customised, Avid-branded I/O boxes, like DNxIO, DNxIQ and DNxIV.

Third-party supported hardware[edit]

Starting with Media Composer 6, a new Open IO API allowed third-party companies to interface their hardware into Media Composer. AJA Video Systems, Blackmagic Design, Matrox, BlueFush and MOTU are supporting this API. Avid's own DX hardware is still natively interfaced into the application which currently allows some extra features that Open IO is limited in (LTC timecode support for example). It is expected that over time some of these missing APIs will be added.

Avid media composer versions

AJA IO Express: Starting with Media Composer 5.5, introduced support for the AJA IO Express interface. This interface will allow SD/HD input and output via SDI and HDMI. It also has analog video and audio outputs for monitoring. It connects to a computer via PCIe or ExpressCard/34 interface.

Matrox MXO2 Mini: Starting with Media Composer 5, Avid introduced support for the Matrox MXO2 Mini interface, as a breakout box with no additional processing. While this interface does have input connections, only output is supported by Media Composer v5.x, starting with Media Composer v6.x you can capture with this interface. The connections on the unit support analog video/audio and HDMI in both SD and HD formats. The device is connected by a cable to either a PCIe card or ExpressCard/34 interface, so this unit can be used on a desktop or laptop system.

Avid Media Composer compatible hardware is manufactured by AJA Video Systems, Blackmagic Design, BlueFish, Matrox and MOTU.

Discontinued hardware[edit]

Avid Mojo: includes Composite and S-Video with two channels of RCA audio. There is an optional component video cable that can be added to this interface. This interface only supports SD video formats.

Avid Mojo SDI: includes Composite, S-Video, Component and SDI video, with 4 channels RCA, 4 channels AES and 2 channels optical S/PDIF audio. This interface only supports SD video formats.

Avid Adrenaline: rack mountable interface which includes Composite, S-Video, Component and SDI video, 4 channels of XLR, 4 channels of AES, 2 channels of S/PDIF and 8 channels of ADAT audio. This interface also has an expansion slot for the DNxcel card which adds HD-SDI input and output as well as a DVI and HD component outputs. The DNxcel card uses Avid's DNxHD compression which is available in 8-bit color formats up to 220mb as well as a 10-bit color format at 220mb. The DNxcel card also adds real-time SD down-convert and HD cross-convert.

Avid Mojo DX : rack mountable interface with various I/O

Avid Nitris DX: : rack mountable interface with various I/O


Key features[edit]

  • Animatte
  • 3D Warp
  • Paint
  • Live Matte Key
  • Tracker / Stabiliser
  • Timewarps with motion estimation (FluidMotion)
  • SpectraMatte (high quality chroma keyer)
  • Color Correction toolset (with Natural Match)
  • Stereoscopic editing abilities (expanded in MC v6)
  • AMA - Avid Media Access, the ability to link to and edit with P2, XDCAM, R3D, QuickTime and AVCHD native material directly without capture or transcoding.
  • Mix and Match - put clips of any frame rate, compression, scan mode or video format on the same timeline
  • SmartTools - drag and drop style editing on timeline, can be selectively adjusted to the types of actions that the user wants to use when clicking on timeline.
  • RTAS - (RealTime AudioSuite), support for realtime track-based audio plug-ins on the timeline.
  • 5.1 and 7.1 Surround Sound audio mixing, compatible with Pro Tools
  • PhraseFind - analyses clips and indexes all dialog phonetically allowing text search of spoken words. (reacquired as of 8.9.3)
  • ScriptSync (with Nexidia phonetic indexing and sync) (reacquired as of 8.9.3)

Color correction[edit]

Avid Symphony includes Advanced/Secondary/Relational Color Correction and Universal HD Mastering. Starting with version 7, Symphony became paid option for Media Composer; with version 8, it was included with monthly and annual subscription licenses.

Software protection[edit]

The software used to be protected by means of 'blesser' floppy, tied to the Nubus's TrueVista board (meaning that if the board is replaced, a new 'blesser' floppy comes with the board), and later with USB dongles. As of version 3.5 the dongle is optional, and existing users may choose to use software activation or keep using their dongles, while new licenses are sold exclusively with software activation. The software ships with installers for both Mac and Windows and can physically be installed on several computers, allowing the user to move the software license between systems or platforms depending on the licensing method.

Licensing options[edit]

With Media Composer 8, Avid introduced monthly and annual subscription licensing systems similar to Adobe Creative Cloud, allowing users to install and activate Avid without purchasing a perpetual license. Media Composer licenses must be confirmed either by Avid's internet servers every 30 days or by an on-site floating license server. Starting with version 8, updates and support for perpetual licenses also require annual support agreements; support is included with subscription licenses.[3]


The installer used to include installers for:[4]

  • EDL Manager
  • Avid Log Exchange (no longer in v8)
  • FilmScribe
  • MediaLog (no longer in v8)
  • Interplay Transfer
  • MetaSync Manager (no longer in v6)
  • MetaSync Publisher (no longer in v6)
  • MetaFuze (Windows only), a standalone application to convert files (R3D, DPX, TIFF) from film scanning, CGI systems or RED camera into MXF media files. Actually based on an import module that was taken from Avid DS.

Third-party software[edit]

Some boxed versions of Media Composer came with the following third party software:

  • Avid FX - 2D & 3D compositing and titling software (aka Boris RED)
  • Sorenson Squeeze - Compression software to create, Windows Media, QuickTime, MPEG 1/2, MPEG 4 or Flash video (v8 monthly/annual subscription only)
  • SonicFire Pro 5 - music creation software (includes 2 CDs of music tracks)
  • Avid DVD by Sonic - DVD and Blu-ray authoring software (Windows only; no longer updated as of v8)
  • NewBlue Titler Pro - 2D and 3D video title software (v8 perpetual licenses bundled with v1, subscription licenses with v2)
  • Boris Continuum Complete - 2D and 3D graphics and effects (v8 monthly/annual subscription only)

Revisions and Features[edit]

DateOperating systemVersionDescription
  • First release
  • Serial #001 ships to Alan Miller @ Rebo Studios in June on a Mac IIx
  • Jeff Bernstein becomes second editor on the Avid
  • Avid Film Composer
  • True 24-frame capture, editing, and playback
  • Open Media Framework (OMF), introduced in April
Jan 1993Macintosh[which?]
  • Model 210 (unbundled) ($15,000)
  • Model 220 (with Mac IIci) ($24,900)
Dec 1994Macintosh[which?]5.2
  • AVR27
  • Multicamera editing
  • Realtime chroma and luma keys
  • Avid Media Reader support
  • 3rd party Photoshop plugins support
Jul 1995Mac OS 7.55.5
  • Film Cutter (simplified version of Film Composer)
  • Hardware-independent QuickTime codec
  • 3D effects module
Sep 1995Mac OS 7.56.0
  • Macintosh 68K hardware support dropped
  • Based on the Avid Broadcast Video Board (ABVB) hardware
Mar 1996Mac OS 7.56.1
  • PCI-based system
Dec 1996MacOS 7.56.5
  • Script-based editing
  • AVR77
  • AVR9s
Feb 1998Mac OS 7.5 - 87.0
  • Models like MC 1000 ($66,500) and MC 8000 ($94,625)
  • Paint
  • Animatte
  • AVX plugins
  • Spot color correction
  • Image cloning
  • Intraframe Editing
  • AudioSuite plugins
1999Mac OS 7.6 – 8.67.2Last version based on the ABVB hardware.
1999Mac OS 8.58.0
  • Meridien hardware based
  • ABVB hardware support dropped
  • Uncompressed SD video support
  • Media Composer XL
  • Meridien hardware based
2000Mac OS 9, Windows10.0
  • SD 24p support on Mac
2001Mac OS 9, Windows10.5
2002Mac OS 9, Windows11.0
  • Marquee (Windows only)
  • DV support (option)
Feb 2003macOs11.7
  • MetaSync
May 2003macOS, Windows1.0
  • Based on the Adrenaline hardware
Nov 2003macOS, Windows12.0
  • Last version based on the Meridien hardware
Sept 2004macOS, Windows1.5
  • MXF support
  • Marquee on Mac
Dec 2004Windows2.0
  • HD support
  • HD-SDI I/O with DNxcel card option
  • 10-bit video support
  • SpectraMatte keyer
  • AVX2
March 2005Windows2.1
  • P2 support
  • XDCam support
Dec 2005Windows2.2
  • HDV support
June 2006macOS, Windows2.5
  • No longer hardware based
  • HD support on Mac
  • Media Composer soft
  • Mojo and Mojo SDI support
  • XDCam HD
  • Tracker
Sept 2006macOS, Windows2.6
  • Interplay
  • Safe Color Limiter effect
March 2007macOS, Windows2.6.4
  • DNxHD36
  • Low-bandwidth HD compression rate for offline editing
May 2007macOS, Windows2.7
  • MacPro (Intel) support
  • ScriptSync
  • P2/XDCam writeout
Dec 2007macOS, Windows2.8
  • VC-1/MXF (SMPTE 421M) support
  • ASC CDL metadata support
June 2008macOS, Windows3.0
  • 'DX' hardware support
  • new render engine (better multi-threading and GPU support)
  • RT timecode generator
  • SubCap effect
  • AVC-I codec support
Sept 2008macOS, Windows3.05
  • XDCAM 50mb format
  • DNA hardware on MacOS 10.5.5
  • RED workflow support
Dec 2008macOS, Windows3.1
  • Video Satellite option for Pro Tools (Windows only)
March 2009macOS, Windows3.5
  • Avid Media Access (AMA) for better file based workflows
  • FluidStabiliser
  • Keyframeable color correction
  • Native XDCAM EX support
  • Timecode in QuickTime files
  • basic stereoscopic 3D support
  • Software Activation
  • 14-day Downloadable Trial
Sept 2009macOS, Windows4.0
  • Mix and Match frame rates on timeline
  • Expert Decompose
  • AVC-I writeout
  • Macintosh Video Satellite support
  • 1080p24 (not-PsF) output
  • HD Ancillary data support on DX hardware
  • GFCAM 50mb/100mb support
  • Stereoscopic enchantments
  • Updated 3rd party software bundle
Nov 2009macOS, Windows4.0.4
  • Mac OS X 10.6.3 Snow Leopard support
June 2010macOS, Windows5.0
  • Windows 7 support
  • AMA support for RED
  • QuickTime and Canon cameras
  • Matrox MXO2 Mini output
  • SmartTool 'drag & drop' editing
  • HD-RGB support
  • AVCHD import
  • SMPTE 436M support
  • RTAS audio plug-in support
March 2011macOS, Windows5.5.1
  • AJA Video Systems Io Express hardware support
  • HDCAM SR Lite native editing
  • AVC-Intra codec module for Nitris DX
  • PhraseFind option
  • Support for EUCON hardware interfaces
  • SmartTool improvements
  • ScriptSync dropped from the trial version
August 2011macOS, Windows5.5.3
  • Mac OS X 10.7 Lion support
  • Last version to support Windows XP
November 2011macOS, Windows6.0
  • Improved UI (more tabs & less modal)
  • Redesigned stereoscopic toolset
  • Open I/O (Supports 3rd party video hardware)
  • 5.1/7.1 audio mixing support with interoperability with Pro Tools
  • RED EPIC and AVCHD support for AMA
  • Support for EUCON Artist hardware interface in the Color Corrector
  • DNxHD 4:4:4 format
  • ProRes encoding on OS X
  • Built-in Marketplace for purchase of stock footage and plug-ins
  • MetaSync dropped
September 2012macOS, Windows6.5
  • MXF AS-02 support
  • Remote editing via Interplay Sphere
  • Audio Punch-In with 3rd party hardware
  • 64 voice audio playback
  • AMA relink enhancements
  • DNxHD 100, SD JPEG 2K Playback
  • Active Format Description metadata support
  • ProRes as a native codec
July 2013macOS, Windows7.0
  • FrameFlex
  • Source side LUTs
  • Managed AMA
  • Background file transcode
  • Waveform caching
  • Master Audio Fader
  • Avid Symphony sold as an optional package to Media Composer
September 2013macOS, Windows7.0.2
  • XDCAM EX 35 capture
  • Dynamic Bin Naming
December 2013macOS, Windows7.0.3
  • Setting to enable or disable frame blending in Motion Adapters
  • New Nvidia drivers support
May 2014macOS, Windows8.0.0
  • Monthly/annual subscription licensing support
  • Support agreement requirements for future updates
  • Avid Application Manager introduced
July 2014macOS, Windows8.1.0
  • Support for AAX-64 plug-ins
  • MXF OP1a Export
  • Frame View border colors and icons
  • Filter out AMA media in Media Tool
  • Place a saved title in the timeline
  • Changes to dragging behaviors
  • Support for ARRI AMIRA camera
October 2014macOS, Windows8.2.0
  • Background rendering
  • Favorite bins
  • Select Project Window improvements
  • Quick filter bins in Project Window
  • Search for text in Marker comment fields
  • Increase image cache for thumbnails
  • Warning for project frame rate changes
  • Application Manager updates
  • Support for copying DPX files to a DMF folder
December 2014macOS, Windows8.3.0
  • 2K & 4K resolution support
  • Rec. 2020 & DCI-P3 color space support
  • LUT management and LUT timeline effect
  • Support for high frame rates
  • DNxHR Avid codec introduced
  • Play and render in low res proxy mode
  • New Blue Titler for high-res projects replacing the Title Tool
  • Quick filter items in a bin
  • List tool replaces EDL Manager and FilmScribe applications
  • Color info tool
  • Support for DPX export
  • Additional column headings
  • Support for Avid's Artist Series DNxIO I/O hardware
March 2015macOS, Windows8.3.1
  • QuickTime Export for DNxHR
  • Support for XAVC-I UHD/4K
  • Export DNxHR as MXF OP1a
  • Media Creation Default Change
  • Mac GPU Support (Certain Effects can now be accelerated using GPU hardware on Mac systems.)
January 2016macOS, Windows8.5.0
  • HDR support
  • Group by audio waveform
June 2016macOS, Windows8.6.0
  • Source Browser
  • Native Support for Panasonic AVC-LongG
  • Audio Ducking
  • New ways to Select Segments in Timeline
  • Create Sequence based on Timeline Selection
  • Nested AudioSuite Effects
  • Audio Grouping
  • Default Pan now baked in
  • SMPTE channel order
  • Red Plugin Update
  • Export with Mask Margins
  • Timeline Clip Comments in Timecode Generator
  • Updates to DNxIO
December 2016macOS, Windows8.7.0
  • List Tool Changes
  • Audio Dupe Detection
  • Extended Audio Punch In
  • Sony XAVC LongG
  • New Safe Area and Safe title options
  • Rotation Presets in FrameFlex
  • Controlling which track is shown in Split View
  • Audio Default Pan
  • Timecode Burn-in Effect Local Frame Count
  • Bin Enhancements
February 2017macOS, Windows8.8.0
  • Timeline Clip Notes
  • Frame Cache for Effects
  • ScriptSync v2.0
  • PhraseFind v2.0
  • Bin sharing on non-Avid storage
  • Change to Find window
  • Change to Script Window
August 2017macOS, Windows8.9.0
  • Custom Quicktime export audio enhancements
  • AAC support in Avid Generic plug-in
  • Support for Sony XAVC_L 1080p format
  • Audio Slip
  • Source Browser enhancements
  • Source/Record colors
  • Automatically open Effect Editor when adding effect
  • Pre- and Post-Roll in CC mode
  • Position bar snap
  • Audio Mixer Redesign
  • Support for Hi-Res monitors
  • Generate LTC on playback
  • Remote Client Offset
  • Update to Custom Safe Action/Safe Titling Setting
  • Color Adapter and FrameFlex Icon Update
January 2018macOS, Windows2018.1Avid changed the version numbering starting in January 2018
July 2018macOS, Windows2018.7
  • 16K Project Presets
  • Live Timeline
  • High Frame Rate support (100, 119.88, 120 fps)
  • Newtek NDI Video over IP Support
  • BXF File support
August 2018macOS, Windows2018.8
  • Exporting to AVC-I Op1A
  • HDR to SDR conversion features
  • Avid Generic Plugin
September 2018macOS, Windows2018.9
  • DNxUncompressed
October 2018macOS, Windows2018.10
  • AVC-LongG support
December 2018macOS, Windows2018.12
  • Avid Titler+
  • Shape Based Color Correction (Symphony)
  • Editing Group Clips
  • Waveform Sync
  • 64 tracks of Video
  • Change Audio Source Track in Timeline
January 2019macOS, Windows2018.12.1Additional features
April 2019macOS, Windows2018.12.3 through 2018.12.11Bug fixes
June 2019macOS, Windows2019.6
  • New User Interface
  • Distributed Processing Option
  • MXF Op1A Media Creation & Mixdown
  • OpenEXR Support
  • IMF Support
  • 32bit Floating Point Quality
  • Support for ACES Workflows
  • Dynamic Relink Across Frame Rates
July 2019macOS, Windows2019.7Bug fixes
August 2019macOS, Windows2019.8
September 2019macOS, Windows2019.9UI Improvements
November 2019macOS, Windows2019.11Bug fixes
January 2020macOS, Windows2019.12.1Bug fixes
April 2020macOS, Windows2020.4
  • Catalina support
  • ProRes export (also on PC)
  • Universal Media Engine (UME)
  • Bulk Edit
  • Strip Silence
  • ACES Output Transforms
  • DNxHD codec flavors renamed
May 2020macOS, Windows2020.5Bug fixes
June 2020macOS, Windows2020.6
  • Variable Frame Rate Media Support
August 2020macOS, Windows2020.8Bug fixes


  1. ^'Media Composer Version FAQ 2019'. avid.secure.force.com. Retrieved 2020-07-14.
  2. ^'American Cinema Editors (ACE) Board Honors Avid Media Composer' (Press release). Archived from the original on 2009-12-12. Retrieved 2009-12-23.
  3. ^'Media Composer 8 FAQ'. Avid.[dead link]
  4. ^'Media Composer - Compare'. Avid.

External links[edit]

  • Official website
Retrieved from 'https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Media_Composer&oldid=985045515'

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  • This version is comparative between a version of Windows and MAC canonically
  • Put here the smallest ratio after-effects and graphical enhancement of professionalism
  • This application software manages the videos to work with mobile phones, Android, desktop and Mac OS
  • Avid media composer has NewsCutter for script synchronizing
  • It creates a new platform in content and timeframes.
  • Here is so sophisticated environment to edit the dialog and then access to media files
  • A substance designing tool to get all integral parts of a video to edit for broadcasting

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  • An easier way to do everything in video editing in a simple way
  • Creative for drawing clips for putting effects directly from the library
  • Save and create the tracks with templates in easy to use drag and dropping power
  • An accelerating process the videos with the ability of adjustment
  • Get a fixed rate of frames
  • Put different color with multiple editing ways for parallel correction
  • Get greater DPX performance

How to Crack Avid Media Composer 2020 Full Version?

  • After trial installation, download crack to upgrade
  • Go to the patch file, extract in WinRAR
  • Click to generate the license key
  • Copy this key and paste in the upgrade button
  • It will take time to enable all features for 5 month
  • Go to reboot and then, Enjoy

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