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Help!
Im having a problem with error message "cant find time code" when i try to batch capture my assets after log and capture. i select continue but this happens for every clip
Im importing HDV video using my Canon Vixia HV 30 camera. Im using Sony premium mini DV tape.
The time code shows on the camera and on the log

any thoughts? Thanks
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Disclaimer: I don't use tape much any more, and don't have an HDV camera (I have an AVCHD camcorder)

I did come across several people that are having the same problem with certain HDV source cameras. Here's just one thread on the topic:

Batch Capture Errors : Apple Final Cut Pro

Although it covers FCP 6, I've seen threads from as early as FCP 5 when capturing from HDV.

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Thanks, that was what i was looking for
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