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Review answers

A1: The Capture window can be accessed via the initial setup screen by clicking on the Camera icon marked Capture Video. Additionally, if you are currently in a project, you may click on the Capture button in the project Task bar.
A2: Video files take up large amounts of space compared to standard office and image files. A hard disk stores the video clips you capture and must be fast enough to store your video frames. Additionally, the more free defragmented space you have on a hard drive, the better the performance of real time capture will be.
A3: Scene Detect is Premiere Element's ability during video capture to detect breaks in the timecode of your video and save each scene as an individual clip in your project. Although Scene Detect is enabled by default, you can turn it off and on by clicking the More button in the Capture window, and selecting or deselecting the Scene Detect option from the menu.
A4: Device control is the ability of Premiere Elements to control the basic functions of your digital video camera (such as play, stop, rewind) through the interface in the Capture window.


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