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Ideally syncing multi-cam after editing main-cam

Community Beginner ,
Feb 14, 2023 Feb 14, 2023

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Thank you for coming to this post.

 

I am editing a message video shot with 3 cameras.

 

My set up for the shooting was below.
1st-cam: Main-cam+Main Audio(files seperated per cut)

2nd-cam: Sub-cam+sync audio(continiously recorded)

3rd-cam: Sub-cam+sync audio(continiously recorded)

 

When shooting, there were a lot of takes as the actor attempted several times for each message and I have started and stopped recording for each cut.
Ideally, I would like to first pick up the usable takes and edit from the 1st-cam;

Later I would like to start muti-cam sequence to look for matching parts filmed in 2nd-cam and 3rd cam.

Please instruct me if this type of workflow above is achievable on Premire Pro(ver.23.1.0),

or if there's better work flow for this condition.

 

Thank you all in advance,

 

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Community Expert , Feb 14, 2023 Feb 14, 2023

Create a sequence where you choose your desired takes from cam 1, delete unwanted shots.

In the project panel, create a bin and drag your desired shots from your sequence to that bin.

In the project panel, select these clips with the shot of cam 2 and the shot of cam 3, and create your multi-camera sequence.

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Create a sequence where you choose your desired takes from cam 1, delete unwanted shots.

In the project panel, create a bin and drag your desired shots from your sequence to that bin.

In the project panel, select these clips with the shot of cam 2 and the shot of cam 3, and create your multi-camera sequence.

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Feb 15, 2023 Feb 15, 2023

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Thank you very much for your instruction.

It worked perfectly and you saved my day.

I could pick up the only parts that I need for my edits.

I really appreciate your help.

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Glad it worked for you...

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