User manual Avid MC 7 with Nitris DX (AVC-Intra) & Elite 9935-65126-05
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User manual for the Avid MC 7 with Nitris DX (AVC-Intra) & Elite 9935-65126-05
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Avid MC 7 with Nitris DX (AVC-Intra) & Elite Support is a single license, electronic download of the 64-bit non-linear editing system for Mac or Windows computers, with one Nitris DX hardware unit and one year of Elite support. After purchase, you receive an activation card. The software must be registered with Avid before use, and it can only be registered on one computer at a time. Media Composer 7 allows you to work with most file formats and resolutions, including SD, HD, stereoscopic (3D), and resolutions above HD, using ACE certified editing tools. It also features built-in effects, transitions, and titling tools. With Media Composer 7, you can mix and match different formats, frame rates, and resolutions in the same timeline without rendering. Media Composer 7 features Full 4:4:4 HD RGB support, color correction tools, and ProRes encoding (Mac version only.)
Featuring built-in support for stereoscopic/3D footage, it is a full-fledged stereoscopic editing system. It is also compatible with a wide range of effects plug-ins. It features a multicam editing mode for cutting between 9 cameras simultaneously. For audio support, Media Composer 7 features built-in 7.1 surround sound support and audio mixing of up to 64 audio voices. It also features improved audio keyframing on the timeline and supports Pro Tools RTAS plug-ins. It supports available Avid and non-Avid hardware I/O cards and devices and comes bundled with Avid FX (Boris RED), Sorenson Squeeze, and AVID DVD, which allows you to author DVDs.
The Nitris DX performs real-time encoding to AVC-Intra, it also provides hardware acceleration to your system when handling files encoded as AVC-Intra, HDV, DVCPro25 and XDCAM EX. This frees up your system's CPU and GPU resources for other tasks including playback and effects rendering. It features SD/HD SDI, SD/HD component, composite, and S-Video I/O connectors. It also features HDMI out for monitoring. It supports ref sync in/out, Longitudinal Timecode (LTC), and Wordclock for digital audio sync. Optional expansion boards allow you to add full frame 3D (stereoscopic) functionality with AVC-Intra or you can add an optional board for AVDNxHD support.
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HD 1:1 8/10-bit YUV 4:2:2 RGB 4:4:4 (via dual link HDSDI)
ARRI ALEXA MXF
AVCHD Full native direct access to AVCHD media and metadata Native editing of all listed formats
Canon XF Full native direct access to Canon XF media and metadata Native editing of all listed formats (see "Native codec support")
Ikegami GFCAM Full native direct access to GFCAM material and metadata Native GFCAM editing of all listed formats (see "Native codec support") Direct edit of GFCAM media from GFPAK cards or disk drive
MXF Full native direct access to MXF media and metadata Native editing of all formats
Panasonic P2 Full native direct access to P2 media and metadata Native DVCPRO HD and AVC-Intra editing of all listed HD formats Direct edit of P2 media from cards or disk drive Support for P2 Store Write-back of finished program to P2 media (Windows only)
QuickTime Full native direct access to QuickTime media and metadata (including Canon 5D and 7D media) Full native ProRes encode (Mac only) and decode support Native editing of all listed formats (see "Native codec support") Direct edit of QuickTime movie files
RED Full native direct access to RED (.R3D) media and metadata (frame size scaled to HD) Full native direct access to RED ONE, EPIC, SCARLET-X (5K/4.5K/3K2K RAW, 1080p RGB, and 720p RGB) material Native editing of all listed formats Direct edit of RED (.R3D) files from a RED-FLASH card or RED-DRIVE
Sony HDCAM SR Lite Full native direct access to HDCAM SR Lite media and metadata Native editing of all listed HD data rates (see "Native codec support")
Sony XDCAM / XDCAM EX / XDCAM HD Full native direct access to XDCAM media and metadata Support for optical media and SxS cards Native editing of all listed SD and HD data rates (see "Native codec support") Full ancillary data support Import via File Access Mode (FAM) over IEEE-1394 Ingest via FTP client over Ethernet Play-out and Write-back of finished program to XDCAM media
Supported Project Formats
HD 720p 23.976/25/29.97/50/59.94 1080p 23.976/24,/25/29.97 1080i 59.94/50
SDI: 1 x SD SDI, 2 x HD SDI HD-SDI: Input A, Dual-link HD-SDI (RGB 4:4:4)-Inputs A & B
Analog video: Component (HD, SD), Composite (SD), S-Video (SD) Analog audio: 4-channel balanced XLR, 2-channel balanced TRS
Digital audio: 8-channel AES (XLR via breakout cable), 8-channel ADAT, 2-channel optical S/PDIF, 8-channels of SDI embedded audio LTC Sync (Black Burst or Tri-level)
Note: the serial port is for factory use only, and provides no user functionality.
SDI: 1 x SD SDI, 2 x HD SDI (HD-SDI-Outputs A and B are identical, not selectable) Dual-link HD-SDI (RGB 4:4:4) Outputs A & B Analog video: Component (HD, SD), Composite (SD), S-Video (SD) HDMI- All rates supported Analog audio: 4-channel balanced XLR, 2-channel balanced TRS Digital audio: 8-channel AES (XLR via breakout cable), 8-channel ADAT, 2-channel optical S/PDIF SDI embedded audio: 8 channels on SD-SDI, 16 on HD-SDI LTC Sync (loop through) Audio Word clock
Note: video on laptops is limited to 1 stream of uncompressed SD video, except for Windows-based Intel Core i7 laptops (Quad Core with Hyper-Threading) with eSATA storage, which can play multiple streams.
Windows 7 Professional SP1 (64-bit), Windows 8 Professional or Enterprise (64-bit) Mac OS X Lion and Mountain Lion (64-bit).
Note: Avid does not supply support for non-Avid-qualified systems.
Intel Quad Core i7 or Quad Core Xeon processor
4 GB RAM minimum (6+ GB recommended) 8 GB RAM minimum required to support Interplay Sphere, background transcoding, and Dynamic Media Folders 16+ GB RAM recommended to support full-frame stereoscopic 3D, simultaneous background transcoding, Dynamic Media Folders, FrameFlex 4 K workflows, Raw format AMA plug-ins, Long GOP media editing, and other high-performance workflows
Mac NVIDIA GeForce family (recommended), Intel HD4000, or ATI Radeon family (as supported by Apple)
Windows NVIDIA Quadro FX family3 (Q600 or higher recommended), Intel HD4000
NVIDIA cards are recommended; full-screen playback requires a minimum of 128 MB of graphics memory.
Internal Hard Drive
Minimum 250 GB, 7,200 rpm SATA drive or 128 GB SSD
QuickTime: Avid has tested and qualified Apple QuickTime X for Mac users and QuickTime 7.6.9 for Windows users Windows Media Player: Microsoft Windows Media Player 11 is required to export certain formats and to work with VC-1 material
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