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I'd like to be able to move a show I recorded using eyetv into Final Cut Express so I can capture some still images but I don't know if this is possible and if it is, how would I do it?
I am a very new mac user. It will be two weeks tomorrow that I owned a mac so I will need real simple instructions.
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Use EyeTV's export function and export to a format that will be accepted by FCE.
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Do you know what format that would be? I really don't know too much about any of this.
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No, but I'm sure FCE manual or help files will tell you which formats can be imported.
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Final Cut generally works best with mov formats.
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