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Switching cameras in multicam view without cutting?

New Here ,
Nov 18, 2021 Nov 18, 2021

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I know that one of the features of multicam editing is that when switching cameras during playback it creates a cut point in the timeline. Is there an option to view playback while switching through cameras without Premiere making a cut everytime I do so?

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Nov 18, 2021 Nov 18, 2021
One thing to think of is simply duplicating the sequence, then playing with the edit points on a dupe. And of course, anytime you go through the sequence, you can change any point at any time. Neil

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Nov 18, 2021 Nov 18, 2021

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You can have all cameras showing in the Program monitor, so you can see all cameras at the same time. Would that accomplish what you need?

 

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That's definitely an option, but I was moreso just curious if I can watch my main monitor during playback and just play around with the various cameras without it resulting in a bunch of different edits in the timeline. Hope that makes some sense? Again, this isn't crucial to my workflow but more of a curiosity.

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One thing to think of is simply duplicating the sequence, then playing with the edit points on a dupe.

 

And of course, anytime you go through the sequence, you can change any point at any time.

 

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