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Video Screen Capture lo res in FCP?


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Hey guys,

I have been trying to record video screen capture on my machine. When I import the files into FCP it wants to render them. Being the adaptive and understanding individual I am I comply, and alas my once beautiful and sharp resolution video turns to muck.

I have tried saving as various file formats incl: FCP uncompressed / Apple Intermediate Codec / Uncompressed 8-bit 4:2:2. I have used various programs like IShowU, Snapz and CaputreIt. So far Snapz seems to have the best result, but it is still having similar issues.

All the files seem to play fine in Quicktime but seem not to like FCP...?

Any recommendations?
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