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Editing to Tape

The third way you can output your sequence to tape is the Edit To Tape method. It is similar to Print To Video in that the same set of leader and other options appear for you to select and include with your output. The primary difference is that the Edit To Tape window also has transport buttons for controlling the deck and setting an In point where you will begin recording your sequence.

In a professional environment, having this kind of frame-accurate control can be especially helpful. For example, you may want to begin recording your program exactly at 1:00:00:00. If so, you can backtime the amount of time you need for your preprogram elements, maybe 1 or 1.5 minutes, and begin recording those elements at that specific time—say, 58:30:00 or 59:00:00. Then your sequence will hit at precisely 1:00:00:00.


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