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Using Premiere for Analog Audio/Video Capture

Adobe Premiere 5.1c was the last version to require an Audio/Video card (or A/V card) for capturing audio and video files. A/V capture cards are PCI card interfaces for your Macintosh or PC that allow you to connect camcorders and VCRs into your computer to send the audio/video signal into your computer and “digitize” the information for editing. This digital information comes in a variety of formats, and A/V cards (such as the one pictured in Figure 5.1) serve as bridges between the external video and audio sources, and the computer.

Figure 5.1. Here are two examples of Audio/Video (A/V) cards, both manufactured by Pinnacle Systems (www.pinnaclesys.com) —the larger card is the TARGA 1000 and the smaller is the MiroMOTION DC30; A/V cards come in all sizes with different capabilities and price tags but essentially do the same thing: digitize audio and video



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