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    Prepping Tricaster Capture for Final Cut/Mac

    I'm sure that I can probably find this info somewhere in your forum but I wondered if there was somebody out there who could drop me a quick answer to this question...

    Q. I captured a switch about 2 weeks ago through the Tricaster 300. I transferred the files from the Tricaster to my Mac and I was wondering if there was a trick to viewing these files on my Mac. I have to start editing them later today and I wanted to be sure that I downloaded/installed all the codecs needed to view the MPEG files.

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    Chris
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    http://forums.newtek.com/showthread....hlight=Re-wrap

    "I was wondering if there was a trick" In the tips and tricks forum

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    Thanks rally 1. I actually found that link as the search worked pretty good. Is that mini-app what most people use?

    Can I use something like MPEG Streamclip?

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    c finetti

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    The less times you re-render the better, so that tool in the link simply re-wraps in, no loss of quality.

    I actually always take an SDI out and record to an Aja KiPro that records to ProRes 4.2.2 ready for Final Cut.

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    That's a great idea. I'll do that next time with the KiPro
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