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Micke Engström
Is there a way to make multi/group clips of this?
on Feb 2, 2017 at 4:59:08 pm

4 cameras, one sound, matching timecode.
Normally it´s easy to edit using Group/multigroup...
BUT in this Project the cameras are not rolling all the time - so there is empty spaces, which makes it impossible to group clips - or is it??
(This is only a part of the material, they filmed using this method for four Days.)
Is there a way to make a groupclip, or some other way to work smooth with this material?? I want to see all the cameras at the same time to edit faster...

Help!!!





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Shane Ross
Re: Is there a way to make multi/group clips of this?
on Feb 2, 2017 at 6:37:36 pm

It's possible, you just need to lay out a sync map and use Super Grouper to do this. I have all sorts of clips like this on reality shows, but the AE's do it, so I don't know how it's done. SOmeone here will. Just wanted to say it's possible

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Michael Hancock
Re: Is there a way to make multi/group clips of this?
on Feb 2, 2017 at 6:43:02 pm

Shane mentioned super grouper - here are some links to check out.

Super Grouper: http://www.avidsupergrouper.com/

Sync Map tutorial for multigroups:
https://viewfromthecuttingroomfloor.wordpress.com/2008/04/17/multigroups/

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Micke Engström
Re: Is there a way to make multi/group clips of this?
on Feb 3, 2017 at 1:27:44 pm

Thanks!!

Super grouper is for mac only - I´m on a pc.

So I better start working, HOURS of tedious manual work for me to do.

Avid absolutly have things to develop here!!!!!!!!!!!


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Michael Phillips
Re: Is there a way to make multi/group clips of this?
on Feb 3, 2017 at 1:32:42 pm

Once you have a timeline sync map set up, you can always use GroupItForMe:

http://www.groupitforme.com/


Michael


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