Digi-Cut is a new product aimed at traditional Linear Video editors moving into Digital Video Editing.
In Linear Video Editing, it is very simple to create a multi-angle finished product where you flip a lever and create cuts from 2 different tapes. It's a very simple process where an editor can watch the 2 original tapes and easily choose which angle to use.
Digi-Cut is aimed at bringing this ease of use to the digital age. Digital Video editing doesn't by itself allow for this ease of use of multiple angles. Instead, for the most part , in products like iMove and Final Cut Pro, you have to set in and out points and use those sub clips to create your final product.
So how does it work? It's pretty basic. You digitize 2 Quicktime Movies. Then you run Digi-Cut. It will prompt you with directions for syncing the beginning of the 2 angles. Once that's done, you activate Digi-Cut again and press return when you want to digitally "flip the lever."
In the end, you'll have a finished Quicktime movie you can use in your project or which you can import into iMovie * or Final Cut Pro.
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