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Printing HDV Footage To Tape

Before you can export our output your HD footage from Final Cut Pro 5, all effects need to be rendered and the sequence needs to be properly conformed to MPEG-2 GOP structures. If you are printing to video, Final Cut Pro will perform these two tasks as part of the process.

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Outputting HDV By Printing To Video:

1 Make sure the physical connections are made, such as the camcorder connected to your computer by firewire.

2 After you have inserted the tape in the camcorder, double click a sequence to open it in the timeline or open a clip in the viewer.

3 Go to File > Print to Video.

4 Within the Print to video dialog box, choose any leader or trailer elements you wish to include and select looping options etc..

5 Choose OK.

6 Press the record button on you camcorder, then choose OK.

If you are new to the editing scene, but are starting out with the top of the line wares such as Final Cut Studio and a shiny new HDV camera, this page can answer many of the HDV questions you may have!

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