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Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 Studio Techniques by Jacob Rosenberg

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Chapter 1. Capturing Video

Video capture is at the heart of Premiere Pro—you can’t do much until you have some clips to work with. To get the clips you want at the best quality for your project, you’ll need to understand the Capture window, as well as some capturing fundamentals, such as logging your tapes and striping them with timecode. This chapter will take you on a tour of what’s new and what’s necessary, examining, for example, how Premiere Pro’s Capture window is now more tightly integrated with your open project. Along the way, you will learn a workflow that provides better media management and long-term project stability.

Scratch Disks and Device Control

Before you get to the Capture window, however, you need to make sure your Scratch Disk ...

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