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FCP_DVD - Final Cut Pro 4.0 to DVD Studio Pro 2.0 Beginners...

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1 Final Cut Pro 4.0 to DVD Studio Pro 2.0 Beginners Guide Part 1. Importing Video with Final Cut Pro 4 Make sure the Sony Mini DV deck is connected via firewire using the grey colored firewire/usb2 hub located on the right side of the G4 computer before launching Final Cut Pro. (Note: Do not plug in any external devices into the back of the G4 computer unless authorized) Setting up your Project Folder 1. From the Desktop, double click on Storage 3/DMA STUDENTS 2. Create a Folder: Go File>New Folder to Create a folder with your first and last name ex. Joe Smith . This will be your project folder. Launch Final Cut Pro by clicking on its Slate icon on the left end of the dock. 1. Close any open projects. Look at the grey Tabs (near the top of the screen) in the Browser window and select the project. To close a project: Go File>Close Project. Setting up your Project 1. Go File>New Project: Choose DV NTSC 48khz and click OK. 2. Go File>Final Cut Pro>System Settings: Under the Scratch Disk Tab, click the set button and choose Storage 3/DMA STUDENTS/Your Name, then click OK. 3. Save Project: Go File>Save Project As: Name your Project then choose Storage 3/DMA STUDENTS/Your Name, then click OK . Log and Capture Window 1. Go File>Log and Capture to launch the Capture Window. 2. Transport Controls: Use the transport controls to locate your in and out points. 3. Mark IN Point: Set the IN point pressing “i” on your keyboard or clicking in the IN point icon located in the lower left corner of the capture window. 4. Mark OUT Point: Set the OUT point pressing “o” on your keyboard or clicking in the OUT point icon located in the lower right corner of the capture window. 5. Capture Video/Audio Clip: Capture the clip by pressing the Clip button located at the lower right hand corner of the capture window. The Log Clip window will appear.
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