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Splitting Scenes

In addition to a feature for combining your scenes, Studio gives you three options for dividing up scenes in the Album: splitting, subdividing, and scene detection. Splitting is the manual process of dividing one scene into two or multiple scenes, convenient when automatic scene detection doesn't yield useful results. Subdividing involves cutting your clips into regular intervals, useful when working with long continuous videos with no natural breaks. Finally, automatic scene detection breaks the video into intervals based on scene changes in the content or discontinuities in the shooting time and date of the video.

These three options are available during capture and can be accessed in the Album for scenes captured with scene detection disabled, captured clips with scenes that were manually combined, or videos that were imported. Note that making scene changes based on discontinuities in the shooting date and time requires DV source video, since MPEG and non-DV source AVI files don't contain the necessary time code.


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