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Apr 23, 2012

I have mac mini os x lion operating system and fcp x editing software installed. I want to show video on dv camera via firewire, fcp not show video on dv camera. In this software I can capture video from dv camera via firewire, but when I editing on timeline, then not show video on camera. In the disc utility window, show firewire camera, but in fcp preferences>play back setting>a/v out not show camera or firewire.

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