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Capturing HDV Footage With Scene Breaks

In a previous, article we talked about some ways to save time in Final Cut Pro during the capture process. One of those ways was to start and stop your camera record between scenes, so that you could later choose DV Start/Stop Detect to break up your footage into separate media clips after capture. Well, you can use this same method with HDV footage, but its a little different.

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With HDV footage, Final Cut Pro can automatically detects scene breaks and creates new media files on the fly as it discovers a scene break. You can dictate how timecode breaks effect capture in the "On Timecode Break" pop up menu, but you will not have the Warn After Capture option with HDV footage.

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