How To Perform A Multicam Edit In Final Cut Pro X


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Performing a multicam edit

Once you have got all your camera angles synched into a multi-group clip, you're ready to start editing. Let's take a look at how to get started. I am going to go into my 8.2 sequence which is blank. And I need to go into my Multicam keyword collection. And in the previous movie we created the Multicam group clip right here. And all I'm going to do is mark an in and an out where I would like to insert this into the timeline. And I think this is the interviewer talking and then BD starts talking here. Let's just confirm that.

(video playing) So I'm going to edit all of that in, and I will just press W to insert it in. And as you can see, it just looks like one clip in here, but we know better. It's really the group clip that contains all three camera angles. So let's press Shift+Z to fit it in there, and we need to now show the different angles. So that's available Window > Viewer Display > Angles, and it's actually also available over here or Shift+Cmd+7.

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Performing a multicam edit
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Performing a multicam edit provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ashley Kennedy as part of the Final Cut Pro X 10.0.9 Essential Training

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