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Outputting to tape is quickly becoming a dying breed these days, however, you never know when you might come across a job that requires you to output back to videotape.  Final Cut Pro has a great feature called Print to Video.  It contains all the controls that you need when laying back a sequence to videotape.

printovideo.gifTo lay back a sequence to tape:  First you will highlight your sequence in the Browser window.  Next, click File > Print to Video; you will see the Print to Video dialog box.  Now choose the correct settings within the Print to Video dialog and click OK.

Note the Automatically Start Recording Option if you have a camera or deck control which will start the camera or deck recording automatically.  When printing to video your monitor will act like a playback monitor and display the media as it is playing to your recording device.

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