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Chapter 14.  Working in Sync  >  Working with Video Files

Working with Video Files

With the arrival of DV cameras on the market, more and more video enthusiasts are using their computers to edit movies. Cubase allows you to take these video files and add sound to them to create original soundtracks or musical scores.

There are two basic methods of viewing a video inside Cubase: using your computer monitor to display the video, which implies your computer’s CPU is processing the video codec in real time, or by using a special video card that connects to an external monitor. In the latter case, the video card handles the video codec and frees up the computer resources, giving you a better quality image and a bigger image all together while working on the sound.


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