In recent years Final Cut, Premiere Pro, Sony Vegas and others have made inroads into the non-linear editing market, but Avid still remains very much the industry standard.

So, if you are interested in using the same tools as the pros download the free trial version and give some of the tutorials below a try.

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sami

Nice work dude and This site is very very helpful to new persons and it gives all tuts on internet. nice job wel done i love u. keep it up

Dennis Hartwig

Profile photo of ojwang stevenojwang steven Hullfish: Shit… I knew we should have done 444. smile

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ProVideoCoalition.com is a great site our members should check out.

Steve Hullfish

There is also a great series of at least 11 Avid tips and techniques on http://www.provideocoalition.com under the “Cut.n.color” column.

Not to mention Color correction tutorials.

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