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Lesson 9. Capturing Footage > Batch Capturing and Log Clip

Batch Capturing and Log Clip

Batch Capture and Log Clip are used together to streamline the process of marking and capturing footage. Rather than mark one clip and capture it, then mark another and capture it, you can play the source tape, mark and log clip after clip, and then capture all the logged clips at one time.

The first step is to log each individual clip, complete with reel names and descriptive notes. These clips are placed in the log bin just as any other clip would be, except they have a red diagonal line over them to indicate that they are offline media. This means the clip information is there, but not the media content, because the media has not yet been captured. When you have completed logging all the clips you want to capture, you can then capture them all at once using Batch Capture. Using all of your logged information, Batch Capture seeks out each clip on the specified reel and creates the respective QuickTime media file necessary for editing.


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