Importing footage


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Importing footage

When you shoot your own documentary, you might begin the editing process by attaching the camera's media card to the computer, launching Final Cut Pro, and then importing the footage directly from the card. In this project, however, the assets have already been organized into exercise files you will use to edit. But before you begin working with those files, let's continue looking at ways to organize the Assets as if you were working with raw footage someone gave you. First, you'll want to import the files, and if you remember on the desktop we had a folder called Raw Footage.

So we're going to break the importing process up into a few steps, and you'll see why in just a minute. But let's start with the video footage. Remember, in the previous movie, you organized the footage into four different folders based on locations. Now, when you import based on a folder, or import an entire folder, what will that do? Of course, Final Cut Pro will add a keyword with the name of the f...

Importing footage
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Importing footage provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Diana Weynand as part of the Documentary Editing with Final Cut Pro X

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