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Final Cut Pro 2 for FireWire DV Editing by Charles Roberts

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Getting Your Project out of Final Cut Pro

Getting your project out of Final Cut Pro

There are three basic ways of sending your material back out to the DV deck to record onto DV tape. We call such copies master copies, because they are copies coming directly off of the editor in the first generation of a dub. Actually the term originated with analog recording systems and is less relevant for Firewire DV editors these days, because the Firewire master copy can be duplicated with no loss in generation. But we still cling to the term, because it means that this is a finished copy that you want to archive and preserve, regardless of its lack ...

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