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  • Cejunee
    Posts: 19
    Joined: Dec 31st, 2009, 04:24
    Open multiple movies
    Can I add multiple movie clips (in succession) to one timeline? I am working on a movie in sections, but wanted to keep entire movie in one project if I could. What if there is an overlap bewteen clips, still possible? Separately, I was having trouble getting the SMPTE display on Logic to match the burn-in timecode. when I tried to set a bar position to a SMPTe position, Logic wanted to assume that the beginning of the clip was 1:00:00:000 - which it was not. So logic just shifted the clip instead of matching the SMPTE display on Logic to the burn-in timecode.
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  • GaryHiebner
    Posts: 1434
    Joined: May 6th, 2007, 12:54
    Re: Open multiple movies
    Unfortunately you can only add one movie clip at a time. But you could stitch multiple videos together in Quicktime Pro. This is how you do it. Open up the first video. Then open up another video in Quicktime. Press Cmd-A, and the Cmd-C. This will copy the video. Then go to your first video, go to the end of the video and then go to Edit > Add to Movie. This will add the movie after the end of the first one. Then save this as a new movie file, and import this into Logic. Do the same process if you want to add more movies. You can change the SMTPE timecode if you go to File > project Settings and Synchronization.
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