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Canon XL H Series HDV Camcorders
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Old September 14th, 2006, 02:15 AM   #16
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Hi Didi,
Yes, but how do we get access to the control to select channel pair 1/2 or 3/4? I'm not able in my FCP. Perhaps I'm missing a setting. I have HDV PAL 25F if that matters. (Does this work without capture card?)

Nice to hear you are working in Africa. I have too. 1988 we drove an old Volvo Laplander from Sweden down to Cameroun. 1990 we made another trip through the Sahara desert and learnt to ride camels together with the touareg people.
Then we have made nomerous trips to many countries more south and east, Zimbabwe for example several times. Good luck! Regards Johan
Hej Johan

My apologies for only getting back to you now, I've been on a shoot in Mozambique and only returned last night.

I haven't tried to capture tracks 3 and 4 yet, I've been told that it can be done but can't tell you how. I would suggest using the help feature in FCP, might give you more information.

Africa does have it's charms... the footage that I got in Mozambique is phenomenal! I'm on my way to Zimbabwe right now, will be back on the 5th of next month, maybe I can post some stills of the footage so that everyone could have a look...
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Old September 22nd, 2006, 11:54 AM   #17
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Thanks to you both...

Didi & Johan,

Thanks to you both for the help, and keeping this topic alive. Johan, I too am unable to figure out how to get 3/4 into FCP. If anyone knows how this CAN be accomplished I would greatly appreciate their wisdom.

In the meantime, I ain't shootin' 4 channels...

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Old September 22nd, 2006, 01:07 PM   #18
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Capturing four channels with Final Cut is actually a separate topic, best asked on our Final Cut for HDV forum.
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