- Importing files into Premiere Pro
- Using content analysis
- Modifying timecode
- Adding clips to a multicamera sequence
- Determining the sync point through timecode, audio, or other methods
- Syncing with PluralEyes
- Creating a multicamera workspace
- Editing and finishing the footage
Skill Level Intermediate
- Hi, my name's Rich Harrington, and in this course we're gonna explore working with multi-camera source footage. Now, there's lots of reasons to shoot multiple cameras on a production. Maybe you're covering a concert or an event, or perhaps it's just to get good coverage of an interview. In this course I'll share several strategies while working in Premiere Pro. There's lots of different production approaches, therefore you need lots of different post-production approaches. And, sometimes there's challenges when it comes to synchronizing all of the angles. I'll make sure you understand how to bring the footage in, as well as how to align it, so as you cut between the different angles, everything lines up properly and it tells a coherent story.
Additionally, we'll explore some finishing techniques that are useful, particularly in the realm of color correction and color matching when you're working with multiple camera angles. We've got a lot of ground to cover, and a lot of things to show you inside of Premiere Pro, so lets get started.
Q: This course was updated on 02/13/2018. What changed?
A: The following topics were updated: determining the sync point, syncing with PluralEyes, and the Multi-camera Monitor panel.