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Timecode synchronization different than "Create multicamera source sequence" Premiere Pro

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Nov 14, 2022 Nov 14, 2022

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Hi,
Is there any other way to batch synchronize multiple video and audio clips via timecode in Premiere Pro different from "Create multicamera source sequence" - this method gives me messy timline which I know I can simplify later.
But I would prefer to see synchronized clips in the project bin.
I know I can do merge clips but it works only for one video and audio clip.
Is there any simply method like in Final Cut?
Thanks!

Łukasz

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Why aren't you doing your MC stuff in the project bin to begin with? That's where you should.

 

In fact, you can have a bin with say 10 clips of different scenes, each one with an accompanying separate audio file. Select all 20 items, right-click/Create Multicam, and you'll have 10 multicam clips essentially from all twenty items.

 

Multicam is the proper way to join video & separate audio for nearly everything. Merge clips is simply for quick timeline stuff, say you want to set a music track with a video clip so you can move them together right now.

 

Neil

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