Dunno if it's the most efficient way to do it but one way would certainly be to export the single clip you need after you hav rotated etc (export it as an uncompressed QuickTime) then reimported that rotated clip back in and use that? Shouldn't be toomuch of a hassle...
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Production Assistant, Grace Productions
Degree; TV Production
As this is HDV, I'm attempting to create the master with the least number of compression cycles.
Does anyone else know another way to do this? Is it possible to edit multicam with the original skewed clip, later add the adjustment to the master clip and have the newly edited sequence reflect the rotation. I'm sure I'll have to render it before exporting and compressing to MPEG-2, but it may be better quality?
I'd edit the whole multiclip thing without rotation.
Once you have finished the edit collapse the multiclip.
Rotate the first instance of the clip that needs it.
Copy the clip.
Select every subsequent clip form that angle onwards in the timeline and "Paste attributes" onto these clips.
That should do it i reckon.
If i've completely missed the point be sure to tell me.