Multi-camera is designed to keep your multi-camera audio and video clips together and in sync. But what if you wanted to make a targeted adjustment to an edit point to trim something out? In this movie, author Nick Harauz demonstrates how to disable the default multi-camera edit mode by selecting another tool in Apple Final Cut Pro X.
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- Multicamera video has a lot of functionality…that tries to keep your video together…and in sync.…But every so often, you may want to apply…cuts of a video, like when we want to remove…um's and ah's in a persons response.…Let's see ways we can disable the default…multicamera edit mode by selecting another tool.…So, I'm gonna go to my 1.9 keyword collection…and double-click the project there just to open it up.…Let's just play back a little bit of it.…So, move my play head to the beginning,…hit the L key.…
- One thing I like to think about is if you are…getting ready to throw a ball and you're…taking aim and just as you…start to release the ball, you look in the other direction.…Where do you think the ball's gonna land?…Ya know, it's not likely gonna hit your target…and more than likely, it's going to be somewhere in between…and intentions work the exact same way.…- [Voiceover] So, we can see there that there are…a couple um's that I'd like to remove…from the person speaking right now…and one of the problems is, when you're dealing…
Join Nick Harauz as he demonstrates advanced techniques for shortening clips, trimming video, and selecting ranges on clips. He shows you how to extend edits, deal with connected clips, compare cuts, use dynamic trimming, and more. Along the way, he includes shortcut commands, so you can expedite your workflow, driving all your editing from the keyboard. To ensure you're ready to use his tips in the real-world, he wraps up the course by going through two examples, cutting dialogue and cutting documentary footage in the timeline.
- Extending edits
- Splitting edits
- Lifting clips
- Comparing cuts
- Working with video from multiple cameras
- Overlapping footage
- Moving between edit points
- Trimming numerically
- Trimming dynamically
- Using the Precision Editor