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James Ewart
Multicam
on Sep 6, 2014 at 7:20:10 am
Last Edited By James Ewart on Sep 6, 2014 at 8:13:23 am

... had a very late night working and got myself a bit confused.

I've got nine angles on my multicam clip. Not all absolute perfect sync but I synced them all up now in my project through double clicking and opening the angle editor.

These corrections appear to have also taken affect in the original multicam clip.

That's right isn't it? If I make changes in angle editor via the project itself these changes go back to the original "master" multicam clip?

Thanks

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Bret Williams
Re: Multicam
on Sep 6, 2014 at 12:28:04 pm

Yes that is correct. Just like a compound clip.


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James Ewart
Re: Multicam
on Sep 6, 2014 at 12:35:18 pm

Thanks

Got muddled because at one time compound clips did not behave like that I don't think?


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Craig Alan
Re: Multicam
on Sep 6, 2014 at 1:45:32 pm

Depends if u create it as a new master.

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James Ewart
Re: Multicam
on Sep 6, 2014 at 4:25:34 pm

"Depends if u create it as a new master."

Not with you there Craig could you explain.

Plus struggling to get the roles out as not showing in Timeline Index only when I expand audio components.

Original files were .MP4.

Best

James


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Jeff Kirkland
Re: Multicam
on Sep 6, 2014 at 10:43:43 pm

You are thinking of compound clip behaviour prior to 10.0.6. Since then changes to the parent ripple down to the child clips on the timeline. The same goes for multicam clips - the angle editor opens the parent and any changes ripple down to instances you have on your timeline.

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Craig Alan
Re: Multicam
on Sep 7, 2014 at 12:38:51 am
Last Edited By Craig Alan on Sep 7, 2014 at 12:46:40 am

http://www.larryjordan.biz/fcpx-compound-clip/

UPDATE – Aug. 2013
This behavior changed with the 10.0.6 FCP X update. Now, if you modify a compound clip in the Timeline, it modifies all occurrences of that compound clip in the Project. The way to change one compound clip without changing all the others is to select the clip in the Timeline, and choose Clip > Reference New Parent Clip.
This duplicates the clip in the Event Browser. Rename and use the new duplicate clip. You can make as many changes to the duplicate clip as you want, without having those changes ripple back into the original clip.


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Robin S. Kurz
Re: Multicam
on Sep 7, 2014 at 11:50:04 am

Simply following the path at the top left of the angle editor (or even in the timeline window of a compound clip) will tell you that you are editing the (master) clip in the event and not that in the timeline.


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