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Can I edit multicamera sequence live through Premiere Pro?

New Here ,
Jul 07, 2024 Jul 07, 2024

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I am filming a podcast with three cameras, and running audio through a seperate soundboard. I have just been editing the video after the podcast happens in a Multi-Camera Source Sequence, which works super well, but it takes as long as the podcast itself; usually about 1 hour. This is because I am switching which camera is showing (Ex. Cam 1 on speaker 1, speaker1 finishes and speaker 2 begins. therefore I should switch to Cam 2).

 

I am wondering if I can run my cameras through Premiere Pro during the podcast and do this scene change editing live? This would save me a lot of time.

 

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Jul 07, 2024 Jul 07, 2024

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in the future, to find the best place to post your message, use the list here, https://community.adobe.com/

p.s. i don't think the adobe website, and forums in particular, are easy to navigate, so don't spend a lot of time searching that forum list. do your best and we'll move the post (like this one has already been moved) if it helps you get responses.



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Jul 08, 2024 Jul 08, 2024

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No, you can't.

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Jul 08, 2024 Jul 08, 2024

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You can't do it live during recording, but you can do it live in your timeline.

1. Click the Settings wrench in the Program Monitor and switch to Multi-Camera.
2. Press play on your timeline.
3. As your timeline plays, either click the angle you want to switch to in the Program Monitor or use the shortcut keys 1-9.

After you stop playback, all your edits will be added to the timeline.

However, what you're describing doesn't sound like it needs to be done live - it sounds like it could be automated. If there's no bleed in the microphones, you can use silence detection to do the edits for you.

Here is how I did it using a plugin called Timebolt, but you could do the same thing with Premiere's Text panel: How To Edit Multicam Podcasts Faster

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Paul

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Thank you, Paul. Maybe I can run my cameras through an encoder during the recording into a seperate drive and then just throw it into Premiere.

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You probably could, since Premiere will refresh growing files.

There are a couple of settings related to this in Settings > Media that may help with your workflow.

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