Join Nick Harauz for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating keyword collections and smart collections, part of Final Cut Pro X Guru: Multicamera Video Editing.
- Before we begin to edit our multicam clips,…it's important to organize your projects.…Let's look at a few ways we can do this…with keyword and Smart Collections.…I'm here in my interview event that…we brought in our clips in a previous movie.…I've got two clips and I just want to show you…a couple things before we jump into…those keyword and Smart Collections.…And that is, I'm actually seeing just one…film strip for both of my clips.…One trick if you want to get an idea for how long these are,…is there's a little scroll wheel here at the bottom,…and if I increase that scroll wheel,…I'm able to see now each film strip…represent 10 seconds of media.…
So if I scroll here to the top in filmstrip view,…I can see from here to about here,…so from here to here is 10 seconds,…from here to here is 10 seconds.…And I get an idea for how long this clip is.…I'm skimming across now the second clip…just to show you that same thing.…Each filmstrip represents 10 seconds of media.…My personal preference is to show all,…so I'll just drag this scroll wheel back.…
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