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Paul Boone
How can I review the exposure settings etc. of the camera used; in Final Cut Pro (is it possible?)
on Oct 6, 2011 at 6:24:50 pm

I have a Panasonic LX5 point and shoot camera, and when I look at the pictures I've taken, I can see what settings were used in each picture.

So I'm wondering, can you do that with video? maybe not because settings change.

I videotape sermons each week and I want to compare them, find the best exposure etc. and use those settings in the future. I am using a Z1u video camera for these recordings (I just mentioned my LX5 because I like that I can see the settings I've used in previewing images)


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Jeremy Garchow
Re: How can I review the exposure settings etc. of the camera used; in Final Cut Pro (is it possible?)
on Oct 6, 2011 at 7:34:09 pm

Still camera metadata is completely different than most motion camera metadata. That info is not available from your camera, unfortunately.


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keith greenfield
Re: How can I review the exposure settings etc. of the camera used; in Final Cut Pro (is it possible?)
on Oct 8, 2011 at 10:34:19 am

All depends on what camera you are using. Are you looking for something like this , see attached snap of XDCAM footage . Some cameras will allow you to write bespoke metadata to an SD card then have that 'attach' itself to your clips. Just what level of 'EXIF' information do you need?


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