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rolandbaker is not online. Last active: 6/6/2017 6:58:48 AM rolandbaker
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Capturing And Digitizing Footage
Posted: 01 Jun 2017 05:54 AM
Hello,
To bring footage that is not already in the form of a file or set of files into a Premiere Pro project, you can capture it, or digitize it, depending on the type of source material:

Capture-: You capture digital video from a live camera or from tape: you record it from the source to the hard disk. Many digital camcorders and decks record video to tape. You capture the video from tape to the hard disk before using it in a project. Premiere Pro captures video through a digital port, such as a FireWire or SDI port installed on the computer. Premiere Pro saves captured footage to disk as files, and imports the files into projects as clips. You can use Adobe After Effects to start Premiere Pro and start the capture process. Alternatively, you can use Adobe OnLocation to capture video.
Digitize :- You digitize analog video from a live analog camera source or from an analog tape device. You digitize the analog video, convert it to digital form, so your computer can store and process it. The capture command digitizes video when a digitizing card or device is installed in the computer. Premiere Pro saves digitized footage to disk as files, and imports the files into projects as clips.

Please Help.
Thanks !

I didn't find the right solution from the internet.

References:

- https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/capturing-digitizing.html

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