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    How Do You Deal With Reversed Footage?

    Hey Guys,

    Just wondering how you guys deal with footage that comes from The Redrock M2.
    I know about using the flip/flop effect but that's after the clip has been edited into the sequence.

    Is there a better way to get the image flipped/flopped so I can view it correctly in the source window PRIOR to cutting it into the sequence?

    What do you guys do?


    Thanks

    #2
    Don't know about the source window flippin', but one hardware solution is to watch with a monitor that has the flip-option. A cheap LCD should do just fine.

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      #3
      Drop all your source clips into a sequences. You now have 1 large 'source sequence' which is easy to shuttle through. Throw a FlipFlop onto V2. The flipflop applies now to all clips below on V1.

      Now, don't doubleclick the seq, but drap&drop it into the source monitor. Create a new seq to do your actual editing. Voila.

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