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Chapter 10. Outputting Your Work > Outputting to Tape Using Deck Control

Outputting to Tape Using Deck Control

Ideally, having full deck control offers many more advantages when you output your movie to tape than not having device control. Depending on your deck and connection, this might allow you to have full control of your deck completely from within Premiere. If your deck has frame accuracy control, you can begin recording your program onto tape at a specific point you select (Insert or Overwrite Editing). This is important, especially when you're outputting your program for broadcast. It's recommended that you start the first frame of your movie at the one-hour timecode mark (01:00:00:00).

Another advantage of decks that run on device/remote control from Premiere is that they allow you to insert-edit. Insert editing is the ability to frame-accurately add a video clip to the middle of an existing program already on tape (covering up what was previously there). The difference between frame-accurate insert editing and assemble editing is what happens at the end of the recording process.


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