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Following a Workflow

Before you work with projects, which you'll do in the next section, let's take a minute to review the non-linear editing process and some of the terminology you'll need to know. Final Cut Pro follows the normal conventions of the nonlinear editing process. That process usually begins with capturing material from the original source tape, thereby converting it into digital media files. The media files are actually QuickTime movies that play like any other QuickTime movie on your computer. One file is created for each portion of source footage you choose to capture. Each media file may be a different length, as measured in minutes, seconds, and frames.


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