Join Nick Harauz for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a multicam clip using angle assembly, markers, and audio sync, part of Final Cut Pro X Guru: Multicamera Video Editing.
- In the last chapter, we focused on working with…a two-camera interview.…In this chapter, we'll work with a music video that has five…angles and a separate audio track.…On top of this, one of the cameras stopped recording…and had to be restarted.…We'll look at how we can use audio and metadata information…to have one of these two shots show as one angle…in the multicam clip.…So, before we begin to assemble this multicamera clip,…let's take a look at a few of the things that are going on.…
So I'm gonna close out my INTERVIEW event, right,…that was what we were working on last time,…and I'm gonna go into my MUSIC VIDEO event.…The minute I do, you can start to see all of the clips…and to get a better view, because I'm right now in…that list view, I want to go to filmstrip view,…and now I can see each of the shots, and I've prepared…some of this ahead of time for you.…I've created marker points right on the clapper…so that we can begin to sync this multicam clip,…and you can see here that you have five shots with markers…
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