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Flatten vertical gaps in a multicam sequence without using Simplify Sequence

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Feb 28, 2024 Feb 28, 2024

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I have long audio files that have many camera files associated with them, and when I make them into a multicam sequence, the timeline ends up looking like this, with each camera clip on a new track, ascending.


Screen Shot 2024-02-28 at 9.40.13 AM.png


I want to clean it up so all the clips are on 2 tracks (V1 for A cam, V2 for B Cam, for example), like so.


Screen Shot 2024-02-28 at 9.41.18 AM.png


But if I use Simplify Sequence to close the vertical gaps I lose the fact that it's a multi-cam sequence, or it messes up my audio tracks and mushes all my seperate channels onto one mono track. Any way to make or clean up the sequence so the files stay on 2 video tracks?

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