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Capturing Audio and Video Separately in Final Cut Pro

If you want to help to maintain the highest quality resolution for your video during the capture process in FCP you might want to try capturing video and audio as separate files. When you capture video and audio separately, essentially what you are doing is dividing the workload between two scratch disks, maximixizing the performance of each scratch disk, allowing you to capture your video at the highest possible data rate!

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Two sets of media source files will be saved on your hard disk, but the clips appear in your project as merged clips. It's not going to make your footage look like HDV but it helps!

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