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Setting up multicam

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Jun 26, 2021 Jun 26, 2021

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Hi Everyone ... i am a total beginner and trying to build my project.

 

I have recorded a test clip using 3 cameras, mobile phone, an action camera and a tablet.

Ive imported them all into Premiere Pro ok and all three have thier own individual audio files.

I can play them all in sequence ok and everything seems to be working all ok! 

 

Whaat i would like to do is edit the video footage and make cuts between each camera but keep the audio seemless, i.e use one audio file  from one of the recordings  ..... any advice on how to do this in the most effcient way and keep it as seemless as possible! 

 

Look forward to hearing from you 

 

Andy LT 

 

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Jun 26, 2021 Jun 26, 2021

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What you're trying to achieve is called multicam.

https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/create-multi-camera-source-sequence.html

 

Might want to get some basics first before venturing on such a task.

You are most likely to get into trouble with the audio. Phone and tablet footage is in most cases variable framerate. If so its all need to be converted before importing into Premiere.

 

Premiere has a steeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep learning curve.

Get yourself a subscription at https://www.linkedin.com/learning/me?trk=nav_neptune_learning

and start with a simple project.

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