Final Cut Pro X

Paolo Grisendi's picture
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Hi

 

I am going to shoot a video with my canon dlsr. I want to shoot some slowmotion footage, so i have to do it at 720 at 60 (or 50) fps.

 

I am going to include also some normale footage at either 25 or 24 fps at 1080. What is the best workflow to edit all the footage together? 

 

Should i downscale the 1080 at 720 and edit everything together? If yes, since the file from the camera is H264, should i encode it at which format before importing it into FCP?

 

Or do you have any other suggestions? 

 

Thanks

 


Tim_Hughes_TX's picture
Last seen: 3 years 1 month ago
Joined: 02/15/2012 - 5:33pm

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Hello all, I just purchased a Seagate terabyte hard drive. My question pertains to transferring my footage from my camera to the hard drive and from the hard drive to my macbook. Editing software is FCP X. 

 

Thank you


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