Sequoia's video features make it possible to edit video material for dubbing and post-production. Multiple videos can be loaded into Sequoia natively. Make sure you use uncompressed (or minimally compressed) formats, since positioning and editing these is much faster.
It's also possible to export videos from Sequoia. This is especially useful when video material has been edited or to create a preview copy for clients.
The video recording feature allows you to record audio at the same time as video. Recording can be done on any available recording device present in the system. For example, a reference video track can be recorded in order to document additional stage sound for editing and mixing later.
It's possible to connect analog recording devices, such as webcams, video capture sticks and even professional video cards from Blackmagic (e.g. Intensity Pro and DeckLink), as well as DV cameras and DV converters (e.g. Canopus ADVC-110) through the FireWire port.
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Sequoia offers integrated OMF/AAF support, making it possible to exchange projects between programs and platforms. AAF is the preferred exchange format due to its larger feature set and open documentation.
Together with the project export for Video Pro X and compatibility with other products from the Samplitude/Sequoia family, Sequoia can be seamlessly integrated into almost every form of digital audio editing without slowing down the workflow.
Now you can display the SMPTE timecode of a timecode track using the time display in Sequoia. To do so, define the track containing the timecode in the form of an audio file as a timecode track. This is most relevant to post-production projects, so that a recorded timecode can be displayed as a reference when editing in Sequoia