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Editing with Final Cut Pro 4 by Charles Roberts

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Getting Your Project Out of Final Cut Pro

 

There are several different ways of getting your clips or edited sequences from FCP to your destination format. Once you’ve finished editing your video production, you’re ready to output the results to tape. You can ‘crash record’ straight from the sequence, Print to Tape, Edit to Tape, and export in any of a number of formats for DVD or CD/Web distribution. Getting your stuff out to the rest of the world is simply a matter of deciding what format to use and how much you want to automate that process.

Output to Video Tape

The first and simplest way to record your finished production out to tape is called crash recording. You put the tape in the deck, park the playhead at the beginning of ...

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