Importing and displaying video files


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Importing and displaying video files

In this video, I'm going to show you how to import a video file and how to manipulate it in Pro Tools. Pro Tools can import QuickTime and Windows Media video files, as well as AAF, OMF, and MXF files. We're going to import a .mov file here. Let's go to File > Import > Video and locate the video. It's right here. Double-click it and we get the Video Imports Option dialog. We're going to put it onto a new track, and we'll put at the session start; however, you could put it somewhere else if you wanted. And I'm not going to import the audio, even though we can.

Note that you could also bring in a video file by dragging and dropping from the workspace or the Desktop. Let me expand this track out a little bit here, and you can see that we have two track views possible on a video track. We have got frames and blocks. We'll choose frames. I'm going to zoom in on this little bit, and you'll see that Pro Tools shows multiple frames in this track view. You ...

Importing and displaying video files
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Importing and displaying video files provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by David Franz as part of the Pro Tools 9 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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Pro Tools
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