Join Abba Shapiro for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a multicam clip, part of Final Cut Pro X v10.0.9: Narrative Scene Editing.
In this chapter we are going to examine what you would need to do if you were using footage…that was shot with multiple cameras, and it's a slightly different workflow.…Now in this case, we had footage that were shot with two cameras in the close-ups and…then we had another take where they shot the wide shot.…So the first thing I want to do is create a Multicam Clip for the two cameras that were shot in sync.…Now, I've already built this, so if you have access to the exercise files this is already done for you.…
If you're using your own footage, I just want to go over how to build a Multicam Clip as a refresher.…If you need more detail, go back and watch the Essential Training for Final Cut Pro X.…The first thing we want to do is select the two clips that we need to sync together.…Now I've labeled everything as I brought it in and in the case of these two clips I can…see that it's scene 3A take 2 camera A and 3A take 2 camera B.…
So I am going to go ahead and select both of those, hold down the Command key, so they…
- Preparing and importing your media
- Evaluating shots and performances
- Incorporating additional assets like images
- Editing a dialog scene
- Adding reaction shots
- Using alternative takes
- Editing a montage
- Selecting and organizing clips
- Enhancing a scene with audio
- Replacing location audio or a dialogue track
- Transitioning between scenes
- Using creative color and effects
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Preparing for the Edit
Preparing the interface4m 2s
2. Understanding the Workflow of Cutting a Narrative Film
Adding assets1m 50s
3. Editing a Dialogue Scene
4. Editing a Montage
5. Editing a Multicamera Shoot
6. Using Audio to Enhance a Scene
7. Finishing Techniques
Next steps2m 2s
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