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Lesson 9. Capturing Footage > Capturing Options

Capturing Options

You can approach the capture process in different ways. In some situations, you may want to enter detailed information about a clip and then capture that clip before going on to the next one. In other situations, you may want to log information about all of your clips at one time, then capture them as a group. Other times, you may be working with footage that doesn't have timecode, and you won't be able to log any information. You can also choose to capture an entire tape and let Final Cut Pro automatically create the clips based on where the tape stopped and started.

Note

If you're capturing a project that originated on film, you may need to use Apple's Cinema Tools to keep track of the relationship between the keycode of the original film frames and the timecode of the video you are capturing. Refer to the Cinema Tools user's guide for more information.



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