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Steven Weber
FCP sequence to SxS card
on May 25, 2009 at 7:18:49 pm

So I am working on a project and the DP wanted me to put a FCP sequence (exported as a MPEG4) back onto a SxS card IOT watch it on the camera monitor. Does anyone know how to do this?

I read something on here, but it did not seem to help me and was wondering if anyone on here as ever tried this before

Let me know thanks

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Craig Seeman
Re: FCP sequence to SxS card
on May 25, 2009 at 7:53:44 pm

I can show you this much. You could then import the MP4 back into ClipBrowser which will result in a new BPAV which you could put back on SxS card. You may still get a restore media but that's minor.
I'm not sure what happens if the MP4 passes the FAT32 4GB limit though.







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Steven Weber
Re: FCP sequence to SxS card
on May 25, 2009 at 8:26:05 pm

Hey that looks like it would work, however when I go to export I do not have the option of Sony XDCAM, so how do i get that?

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Rafael Amador
Re: FCP sequence to SxS card
on May 26, 2009 at 8:47:38 am

[Steven Weber] "Hey that looks like it would work, however when I go to export I do not have the option of Sony XDCAM, so how do i get that? "
Hi Steven,
Do you have the SONY Transfer installed?
I think you need it if you want FC to be able to export XDCAM.
Craig,
I think that the Clip Browser knows how to deal with the 4 GB-FAT32 issue.
I've put in the SxS some BPAV folder with more than 8 GB.
rafael



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Denis Devlin
screen capture/authoring tool ?
on May 25, 2009 at 9:43:19 pm

Craig Seeman,

Your "I can show you ..." screen capture used to respond in this thread is quite effective - I like the zooming and attention highlights.

Which tool did you use to make it?

-Denis

PS: sorry for the off-topic response in this thread. Please advise if there is a better way to ask this kind of thing.


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