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Insight needed: Editing multiple clips from different camera of same scene

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Jul 30, 2019

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I have a scene with 3 cameras. 

I would like to input camera 1 clip into video track 1, and then same with 2 and 3.

Is there a way to tell Elements which of the tracks i want to use for a specific segment without cliping or triming or moving.

Just telling Elements to use video / audio track 1 (attached) for this time period and then switch to Track 3 for a time period (1 min) and then switch to Track 2 for 2 mins and then Track 1 etc.

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Insight needed: Editing multiple clips from different camera of same scene

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I have a scene with 3 cameras. 

I would like to input camera 1 clip into video track 1, and then same with 2 and 3.

Is there a way to tell Elements which of the tracks i want to use for a specific segment without cliping or triming or moving.

Just telling Elements to use video / audio track 1 (attached) for this time period and then switch to Track 3 for a time period (1 min) and then switch to Track 2 for 2 mins and then Track 1 etc.

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Jul 31, 2019

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Premiere Elements does not have a multicamera editing tool.

There are ways to edit this kind of video in Premiere Elements, but they are very clunky and time consuming.

Similarly priced programs that include multicam editing include CyberLink PowerDirector and Vegas Movie Studio Platinum.

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Adobe Employee ,
Aug 08, 2019

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Hi Ijah,

Thanks for reaching out. The feature to edit a clip shot from multiple cameras has not been added to Premiere Elements as of now as @Steve Grisetti mentioned.

I appreciate this idea. Would you mind letting our engineering team know about this suggestion by adding your voice here: Adobe Premiere Elements | Photoshop Family Customer Community

Thanks,

Shivangi

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Aug 08, 2019

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One solution Ijah may also be a solution for several different video applications but would also work with Adobe Premier Elements is Adobe Media Encoder. You would be able to put all of your different videos in a single folder and Media Encoder would be able to convert them to a common format for editing in a single operation.

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