DVCPRO HD to DVCAM

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Is there a way to convert DVCPRO HD 720p files to DVCAM so I can edit offline in DVCAM in FCP and then online later with the original files (retaining timecode)?

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In the advanced format presets there is a NTSC DV converter.
Going to take some time however.

November 30, -0001

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Is there a way to convert DVCPRO HD 720p files to DVCAM so I can edit offline in DVCAM in FCP and then online later with the original files (retaining timecode)?In the advanced format presets there is a NTSC DV converter. Going to take some time howe

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