|Sep 15, 2008, 11:13 PM||#1|
FCP: Help With Project Setup
I have some screen capture clips that are H.264 files with dimensions of 960 x 600. .mov extensions.
I need to load them into Final Cut Pro for editing. The output will be the same 960 x 600 sizes.
I'm pretty new to FC. Can someone walk me through this process?
|Sep 16, 2008, 01:48 AM||#3|
h.264 is not a codec made for editing. it is strictly a distribution codec.
you'll have to transcode the videos to a format more suited for editing (like ProRes).
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|Sep 16, 2008, 06:32 PM||#4|
As stated before, transcode your footage to AIC or ProRes first. Then you'll want to adjust your sequence settings (Cmd+0) to match the dimensions and timebase of the video.
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