How To Import From Cards And File-Based Cameras In Final Cut Pro X


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Importing from cards and file-based cameras

So far we have just reviewed how to import Media files from a location on our system, like when we navigate to a folder full of QuickTime Movies and bring them in to Final Cut. Now in this movie we are also going to talk about how to bring media files into the system, but with one big difference. We are going to talk about how to bring files that reside on a camera card. So you can either plug your camera straight into your computer. Or in my case, put the camera card into a card reader and then plug that into your system. So that's what I have done here, this Untitled drive, I am just going to double-click on it to see what inside. And you'll notice that we have some folders and files, and don't worry, we don't actually have to go in and burrow in to find exactly what files to bring into Final Cut; it does that for us.

So let's take a look at how. For now I'm going to eject this card reader, because I want to show you what happens when you plug it in when Final Cut is open....

Importing from cards and file-based cameras
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Importing from cards and file-based cameras provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ashley Kennedy as part of the Final Cut Pro X 10.0.9 Essential Training

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Final Cut Pro
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