Capturing media


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Capturing media

If you just finished shooting and you need to capture that footage to make a movie, well Elements 10 has recovered too, so let's take a look at how we do that. Go up to File > Get Media from, and then we can choose what we want here. So we're going to choose the Flip, the AVCHD, Cameras and Phones because that's our DSLR area, so we're going to click on that. And I already have my camera connected via the USB port, so I'm able to see what's on my camera. And here's all my footage. And you can see right here it says Canon, so that's my source.

If your source isn't showing up, you can click the Refresh button. If you have a lot of sources, if you down arrow, you can select which one you want. And by default it automatically puts a check mark next to every single piece of footage, and what that's going to do is if you say get media down here, it's going to import them all. So I might not want to do that because I don't want all the footage. ...

Capturing media
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Capturing media provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by David Basulto as part of the Premiere Elements 10 Essential Training

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Video
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Premiere Elements
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