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Re: Creating A Multi Camera Sequence with Different Format Clips

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Jun 27, 2020

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The two video clips are brought in (as multi) and synced without issue, but since the resolutions are different, one is either too small or zoomed in too far (depending upon which format is used for the sequence).

I've seen instructions for how to resolve this when the two formats are lined up in sequence (not multi-camera), but that doesn't seem possible when the sequence is created for multiple cameras.

 

I've seen references to options of 1) transform the source before going multi and 2) transform on the fly (after)

I'm fine either way.  This is fairly low quality (Zoom) footage, so not much more damage I can do to it.

 

What would you suggest?

TIA,

Steven

 

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Re: Creating A Multi Camera Sequence with Different Format Clips

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The two video clips are brought in (as multi) and synced without issue, but since the resolutions are different, one is either too small or zoomed in too far (depending upon which format is used for the sequence).

I've seen instructions for how to resolve this when the two formats are lined up in sequence (not multi-camera), but that doesn't seem possible when the sequence is created for multiple cameras.

 

I've seen references to options of 1) transform the source before going multi and 2) transform on the fly (after)

I'm fine either way.  This is fairly low quality (Zoom) footage, so not much more damage I can do to it.

 

What would you suggest?

TIA,

Steven

 

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This would probably be fixed by settings in the Preferences dialog for scaling. See the included image ... if that is set for no action, you would get no scaling by default. I would suggest changing that option to set the default action for scaling to "Set to framesize" which is normally far preferable than "Scale to framesize".

 

Neil

 

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Thank you, Neil.  I just checked and it it already set to "Set to frame size".

So I'm guessing it is the steps I am taking that are leading me off track.

 

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