Capture video from a tape-based camcorder Premiere Elements 11


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Capturing video from a tape-based camcorder

The video you'll be using in your Premiere Elements projects can come from any number of sources. If you're adding tape-based digital video to your movie--that would be video from a mini-DV camcorder or an HDV camcorder; these are both tape-based camcorders-- the way you'll get your video from camcorder to your project is by capturing it. To capture from a DV or mini-DV or HDV camcorder click on Add Media and select the option for a DV Camcorder or HDV Camcorder.

Both of them open the same screen. This is our capture screen. Now, when you capture video from a tape-based camcorder it streams in in real time. In other words, you're essentially downloading it from your camcorder as you're watching it on your screen. Now, the biggest advantage to that is that you can choose where your capture begins and ends. So if you've got a 60-minute tape and you only need five seconds of it, you can capture just the five seconds of it. When your capturing source is properly connected, ...

Capturing video from a tape-based camcorder
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Capturing video from a tape-based camcorder provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Steve Grisetti as part of the Up and Running with Premiere Elements 11

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