Avid's subcaps are an essential tool for all VFX workflows, but there are few ways to make changes en masse within Avid, which is where Marvin steps in to help.
Begin by clicking the subcaps button from the home page to open the import menu. Next, confirm the options, and then click the button corresponding to the type of file to be imported.
|Avid (txt)||TXT files provide all of the standard subcap data, and they can be opened in any text editor, which makes them the most common type of export.|
|act/reel||Since subcaps do not contain act/reel data, you can auto-fill this information to keep shots organized when importing multiple sequences.|
- modify, add, duplicate, and delete subcaps
- import multiple sequences
- sort, search, and filter subcaps
- add a prefix and/or suffix
- substitute text
- replace text
- change the case of text
- export csv and xlsx files for spreadsheet compatibility
- export subcaps with or without descriptions
- export a Willloughby subcaps file