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Only for DV capture. Look for 'scene' in the on-line help.
Again for DV, a better (IMO) solution is to capture and pre-organise clips using Scenalyzer Live (www.scenalyzer.com). Free try-before-buy is fully functional but puts a watermark on some video frames. Great tool. Wouldn't be without it.
For HD, Premiere currently does not offer scene detect.
Ok, thank you.
I've found a handy way using the razor, so thank you :)
The 'right' way to chop up longer clips is to double click them in the project window to get them into a clip window, to set in and out points, place short section on timeline (manually or by using the buttons provided on in the clip window), choose new in/out and repeat until useful sections extracted. Repeat for next long clip.
This is very simplistic, of course, and assumes one after the other is good enough, but it is a starting point to using the facilities as they were designed to be used.