DMA325-SplitEditingProcedure

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DMA325A On-Line Video Editing System 1 Split Editing Procedure 1. Delegate “P1” and shuttle the Source Tape to the frame right before the person starts talking (face shot) 2. Mark In 3. Delegate “R-VTR” and shuttle the Master Tape to the frame where you want to begin recording (may be the frame right before the person starts talking, showing the back of the head of the person talking) 4. Mark In 5. Determine the length of the split (1 second = 30 frames) 6. Delegate “P1” and press the gray “IN” button to see the current “In point” on the status display monitor. 7. Shuttle the Source Tape to the appropriate place past the ‘In’ point. (i.e. for a 1 second split, go from 22:03 to 23:03.) 8. Mark In 9. Delegate “R-VTR” and press the gray “IN” button to see the current “In point” for the Record
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Unformatted text preview: deck on the status display monitor. 10. Shuttle the Master Tape to the appropriate place past the In point. (i.e. for 1 second split, go from 1:03 to 2:03.) 11. Mark In 12. Delegate P1 13. Press the blue Audio Split button (it will blink) 14. Press the blue Set Dur button (it lights up) 15. Type in the duration of the split (using the numeric keypadsuch as 1:00 for a one-second split) and then press ENT 16. Preview the edit, checking video and the audio levels and the effect of the split edit 17. If everything is OK, then press the red AUTO EDIT button to record the split. 18. Turn off the blue Audio Split button...
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course DMA 325 taught by Professor Georgevinovich during the Spring '11 term at CSU Dominguez Hills.

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