Join Nick Harauz for an in-depth discussion in this video Multicamera process, part of Final Cut Pro X Guru: Multicamera Video Editing.
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- Planning and preparing for a multicamera shoot…can make you life a whole lot easier in post.…Here are a few tips to consider before going on set.…First, doing a location scout, of where you plan to shoot,…will give you an idea of the environment you're working with…and help you plan and troubleshoot…potential problems that are likely to occur.…Usually you want to plan what angles you want…to record from ahead of time.…This is to make sure you have all the perspectives…you want covered, and also to determine if a camera…may potentially show in another's field of view.…
You also wanna decide if a camera will be moving…or static on the scene.…Having at least one camera fixed in its location…attempting to establish the overall scene,…is definitely beneficial.…This will ensure that you have a shot to go back to…while the other cameras could roam around.…Lighting for a multicamera shoot can be tricky.…You want the lighting to look even across all the cameras.…Lastly, determining how you are going…to sync your cameras together will help…
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