I shot a theater show on 2 P2 cards and all of the clips' timecode aren't in chronological order. Meaning -The star of Clip 2 is like 4 frames off from the end of Clip 1. Now when I drag them onto the timeline they play through without a hitch. But when I drag all of them down (7 Clips Total) and try to export out to a new Master Clip with all of them as One Clip, it only exports up to 30 mins and 16 seconds. Thanks for the help.
Final Cut Pro - V. 5
500 GB Lacie Hard Drive - Formatted to Mac OS Extended
Footage was shot on two HVX-200's at a format of 720P 24PN
Yes sir I do, I don't blame you for asking. Usually things like this are just what we call a "air gap." Good news is though, however, I finally got it to export the whole program. However, I set my frame size to 960 X 720 and the program came out at 1280 X 720 or something to that effect. I brought it back into FCP and proceeded to cut the show using the Multicam Edit and all was well. Except now I have to Render the whole show because the frame size on the Sequence doesn't match what I brought in. I'm not sure why it exported to that particular frame size after I chose "Custom Settings" and set specifically to 960 X 720, because I shot it at 720P 24 PN on the HVX-200. Nonetheless, I finally cut it and now I'm on to Post Audio. But if you have any knowledge to shed on why it exported at the bigger frame size, I am grateful. Thank you sir!