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Batch Capturing with gap in recording

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So I just spent a lot of time labeling and describing clips. They are all offline. So I go to Batch Capture them and I'm getting the beginning of the tape rather than what I wanted which was in the middle.
I discovered that there is some blank space in my tape that changed my camera's timecode back to 0:00:00:00 and therefore is confusing the batch capture.
Is there a way to tell FCP to capture at the "new" 0:00:00:00 and not the "real" 0:00:00:00?

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Welcome to the discussions.
Just select the clips before the timecode reset, capture them, select those after the break, manually shuttle past it, then capture them.
Patrick
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