Join Nick Harauz for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding markers to clips for syncing, part of Final Cut Pro X Guru: Multicamera Video Editing.
- Now that we've organized our clips with…keyword collections, smart collections,…and see what we can do with metadata views,…let's add some markers to our interview clips.…So I've got my two clips here,…and as you know, you can skim over them…to get an idea for what takes place.…And I just wanna preview these two shots…to give you a sense for what's happening.…So you have one angle here, which is dead on the subject…and another angle from a side.…Now, on this first clip is the good sound,…so I just wanna...…
Basically, we had the mike hooked up to this camera,…and I'm gonna play it back from this point…where my skimmer is.…A quick way of playing that back, I like to use the l key,…and we can see one question being asked,…but I'll hit l again to move forward…and now just hear her play back.…You can hear it that the sound is pretty good on this clip,…so that's the sound that I wanna use…to drive or just stay static in the multicamera clip,…but before I even do that, I just wanna go…and find a sync point.…
And you can see that on each of these clips is a nice point…
So join Nick Harauz in this course as he covers organizing media, creating multicam clips for interview and music video-style projects, and working with the specialized multicam options in Final Cut Pro X. With these tips and tricks, you'll be able to pull together your multicam footage into dynamic videos that maximize the impact of every shot.
- Explaining the multicamera process
- The benefits of optimized or proxy media in a multicam edit
- Importing, organizing, and naming clips and angles
- Exploring the various syncing strategies
- Working with the Angle Viewer and Angle Editor
- Adding, cutting, and switching between angles
- Working with effects
- Exporting a multicam project