Syncing your multicam group clips


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Syncing your multicam group clips

Final Cut Pro X's ability to simultaneously view and edit up to 64 separate clips is really rather incredible. You have an awful lot of flexibility as none of your clips need to even share the same resolution, frame rate, or codec, but if your clips were shot at the same time, you can automatically sync your shots together using Final Cut's built-in Audio Analysis feature. Then with everything synched together, you can easily switch between your various angles to assemble your edit. Now there are quite a few options in setting up your multicam edit.

And in this movie, we'll explore how to appropriately prep and sync your footage. Let's go ahead and open the Farm to Table event and click on the Multicam keyword collection, where we have three separate camera angles of the same interview. Now depending on the clips that you are using, synching for the Multicam edit can be superfast and effortless, or it may require just a little bit of prep time. So I thought I would first show you h...

Syncing your multicam group clips
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Syncing your multicam group clips 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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Final Cut Pro
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