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    13 years ago! haha I've never had an issue...

    13 years ago! haha

    I've never had an issue with it since 2013, but I guess you never know with computers and also some older hardware.

    Panasonic's P2 Viewer Plus is pretty popular so if that...
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    Did you try copying-and-pasting all? It’s...

    Did you try copying-and-pasting all?

    It’s really the simplest method since there is nothing involved besides creating a folder on your drive.
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    P.S. Maybe check this one out:...

    P.S. Maybe check this one out: https://pro-av.panasonic.net/en/sales_o/p2/p2viewerplus/

    Which camera, btw?
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    Personally, I've always done it out in the field...

    Personally, I've always done it out in the field as I recommended above as the back-up method...the copying-and-pasting everything from the root of the card into folders. Very easy and works well for...
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    Also, technically you can copy-and-paste...

    Also, technically you can copy-and-paste everything from a card into a folder onto the desktop or a drive, and FCP X will read the folder in the same manner as the card (it will think it's a card),...
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    The best way is to plug the card into the reader...

    The best way is to plug the card into the reader then the reader into the computer. And then open up FCP X and choose file --> import --> media.

    Choose the card/device on the left (you'll see it),...
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    Since 2013, I've imported various P2 material...

    Since 2013, I've imported various P2 material into all kinds of Macs straight into FCP X.

    Some of it at that time may have been converted to ProRes upon import (which is mandatory for some footage...
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