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There is no right or wrong answer here. I've done both before for projects of your scale. There are factors that work in favor of both. For recording whole tapes while you take notes by hand, the pros are: Least amount of calendar time to capture and edit. Technically simple. Requires detailed viewing and review of footage, which may catch issues ...


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I think the best tool for manual logging is Adobe Prelude. I'm not to deep into Prelude. But I guess as it is also integrated with Premiere you might capture your footage directly to Prelude and add keywords and marks there. Prelude is build to work completely with the keyboard, so you can go through the footage very fast. I guess this might be the best way ...


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There isn't an easy answer here. It depends on a lot of factors. If you have constant timecode on each tape then you can batch log. Batch logging allows you to go through abs document clips prior to capture and the run captures simply by running tapes. If you don't have consistent time code then that option goes out the window as batch capture gets ...



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