Aligning multiple clips by date/time recorded

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May 04, 2021 May 04, 2021

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Before recording a soccer game, I set the time on the cameras to be the same... 

 

After recording, I have three tracks I drag into the project and I "pick" which of the three goes on the final version (shifting between the views multiple times throughout the game based on ball location).

 

Given the clip times are syncronized, can I align the clips on each track by date / time recorded?

 

Thanks,

J

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Adobe Community Professional , May 05, 2021 May 05, 2021
Premiere Elements doesn't have a multicam editing feature, and it's one of the program's greatest weaknesses.  There are ways to edit this type of video, changing angles, but they're very clumsy. Premiere Pro has a very nice multicam editor. But for about the same price as Premiere Elements, CyberLink PowerDirector has a very nice multicam editor that makes editing various angles of the same event a breeze!

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Premiere Elements doesn't have a multicam editing feature, and it's one of the program's greatest weaknesses. 

 

There are ways to edit this type of video, changing angles, but they're very clumsy.

 

Premiere Pro has a very nice multicam editor. But for about the same price as Premiere Elements, CyberLink PowerDirector has a very nice multicam editor that makes editing various angles of the same event a breeze!

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Thank you!

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I've been using the PowerDirector software and it was a easylearning curve - much easier to meet my objective, though I would like to do it at 2x (or faster) speed - has to happen at 1x speed (so I need to watch the whole soccer game before rendering/transcoding).

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