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Color correction in multicam mode

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Sep 06, 2020

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Hi, there.

 

I'm in multicam mode. I already did quite a bit aof editing and now I need to do some color correction in ONE of the cameras.

 

Since I'm in multicam mode, I can't "see" the individual cameras on my timeline, only the multicam clip. How do I get to them? I don't want to color correct a clip from the multicam clip and then copy/paste the color correction settings to millions of clips from the same camera.

 

Can I color correct a specific camera and all the clips from this camera on the multicam clip follow the settings?

 

Thanks in advance!

 

Take care.

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Correct answer by Steve_Griffiths | Adobe Community Professional

Select the multicam clip in your bin, right click and select open in timeline. (I think you can also hold 'Alt' (option on Mac) and double click it to open it's own timeline but I don't have a Multicam clip handy to test.)

Once you have the multicam timeline open add colour correction to your 'problem' camera and when you return to your main multicam sequence it will have the colour correction applied to every instance of that particular camera that you've edited.

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Color correction in multicam mode

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Hi, there.

 

I'm in multicam mode. I already did quite a bit aof editing and now I need to do some color correction in ONE of the cameras.

 

Since I'm in multicam mode, I can't "see" the individual cameras on my timeline, only the multicam clip. How do I get to them? I don't want to color correct a clip from the multicam clip and then copy/paste the color correction settings to millions of clips from the same camera.

 

Can I color correct a specific camera and all the clips from this camera on the multicam clip follow the settings?

 

Thanks in advance!

 

Take care.

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Correct answer by Steve_Griffiths | Adobe Community Professional

Select the multicam clip in your bin, right click and select open in timeline. (I think you can also hold 'Alt' (option on Mac) and double click it to open it's own timeline but I don't have a Multicam clip handy to test.)

Once you have the multicam timeline open add colour correction to your 'problem' camera and when you return to your main multicam sequence it will have the colour correction applied to every instance of that particular camera that you've edited.

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Sep 07, 2020

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Select the multicam clip in your bin, right click and select open in timeline. (I think you can also hold 'Alt' (option on Mac) and double click it to open it's own timeline but I don't have a Multicam clip handy to test.)

Once you have the multicam timeline open add colour correction to your 'problem' camera and when you return to your main multicam sequence it will have the colour correction applied to every instance of that particular camera that you've edited.

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Thank you, Steve!

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you can flatten the multicam clips, search by the file name of the camera you want to correct and select all and then paste attributes to apply the same custom preset....  What I often do is actually move each cameras clips to it's own video layer which makes this a little more foolproof...

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