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Roger Alexander
Importing footage to separate tracks?
on Oct 14, 2015 at 11:24:41 pm

When creating a new sequence and importing multiple clips, it puts all of the clips on one row, 1 after the other. I want to import each clip onto a separate video track. I've looked online but I haven't figured out how to do this yet? Suggestions?


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Tero Ahlfors
Re: Importing footage to separate tracks?
on Oct 15, 2015 at 6:12:26 am
Last Edited By Tero Ahlfors on Oct 15, 2015 at 6:16:18 am

[Roger Alexander] "I want to import each clip onto a separate video track."

Why? What are you trying to do?

[Roger Alexander] "Suggestions?"

Select all clips in the project panel - right click - create multi-camera source sequence - synchronize by in point. Then you'll have a multicam sequence where every clip is on top of another from the start of the clip.

Or did you mean that you would like the clips back to back on different tracks?


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Roger Alexander
Re: Importing footage to separate tracks?
on Oct 15, 2015 at 2:12:59 pm

I saw that option but I thought it would send me to a different type of multicam editing mode so i skipped over it. I will try that when i get home from work.

I shoot and edit music videos, so I sync up all of my takes on different tracks with the audio file of the song. Then on each track I select the "best" clips from that take.


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Jonathan Jackson
Re: Importing footage to separate tracks?
on Jun 1, 2017 at 11:57:06 am

Hi Roger,
I was searching for the same, and for the same reasons as you (i am also trying to edit music videos in the same way). Did you ever find a way to do this? I have 44 video clips (with audio for syncing purposes) and one master audio file, and i can't work out how the add the video files with the audio on a separate corresponding track, so that i can sync with the master and eventually mute.
Regards
Jonathan


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