There's a useful feature in Pro Tools that has existed since Pro Tools 11 that many users, even seasoned professionals, are unaware of. Read on and watch this video to see it in action.
Since Avid introduced the new Avid Video Engine (AVE) in Pro Tools 11 it is now possible to add, edit and export video on the Pro Tools timeline. So if you need to do some simple video editing then you can do that right inside Pro Tools.
Jeff Komar, an Application Specialist for Avid focusing on professional audio products explains what can be done with the built-in Avid Video Engine—the same core engine as in Media Composer. With Pro Tools 11 you can now add, edit, and play a variety of HD video formats (such as QuickTime, XDCAM, and more) and Avid DNxHD sequences directly in the Pro Tools timeline—without transcoding. Plus, you can monitor the picture playback using video interfaces from Avid, AJA, and Blackmagic Design.