I'm creating a multi-cam sequence from 7 videos and one master audio file. Premiere is giving me one multicam sequence with 5 cameras and the master audio and one other sequence with the remaining 2 cameras. I cannot edit these at the same time. Latest version of premiere on the most up to date version of Monterey on a Mac. Thoughts? Help?
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Do you mean two separate sequences or do you mean two Multicamera Pages in your Program Monitor? If it's two pages you can change the number of cameras you have per page. In the Program Monitor click on the wrench icon and scroll down to "Edit Cameras..." and then a dialog box will open with all your cameras and at the very bottom it shows how many cameras you have per page. Change "Cameras Per Page" from 5 to 7.
Thanks. I mean it's creating 2 separate sequences when it supposed to only create one.
Interesting! Can you explain the steps you are taking to make your multicamera sequences? Are you on a Mac M1 or Intel?
I have all 7 videos and audio file in my project folder. I highlight all and right click. I create a multi-cam sequence and use the audio to sync. I get 2 sequences.
INTERESTING NOTE: I switched to my older Mac and got one sequence. What the...???
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Ah, sorry. I'm already in the middle of editing, but the assets folder shows a folder of processed clips and 2 sequences.