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Handling the HD in DVCPRO HD

Yesterday, we talked about setting up Final Cut Pro so that it could manage the various 24p modes supported by today's hottest camcorders. Today, we'll discuss setting up a DVCPRO HD Editing System for all of you who are currently building a shrine to Panasonic's new AG-HVX200
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Being part of the DV/DVCPO family, setting up for DVCPRO HD in Final Cut Pro to capture, edit, and output DVCPRO HD is pretty much the same as setting up a system for any other kind of DV editing.

1. Connect VTR to the computer via 6 to 6 pin firewire cable

2. Choose scratch disk

3. In Final Cut Pro, choose an easy setup that corresponds to your input and output format.

For a more in-depth look at managing the workflow of DVCPRO HD in Final Cut Pro HD, check out this TUTORIAL that uses footage generated by a Panasonic DVCPRO HD Varicam. Keep in mind that the new Panasonic AG HVX 200 has not hit the streets yet.

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Handling 24p Footage was the previous entry in this blog.

Outputting Graphics to Video Correctly In Final Cut Pro is the next entry in this blog.

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