documentation: how to collapse multi-clips (multiclips) in premiere pro CS6
by Blase Theodore on Apr 17, 2013 at 5:49:55 pm
After googling the hell out of this topic, I could not find a particularly good answer for how to collapse a multiclip.
In Cs6, its not an option. (Though should be in next version.)
To collapse a multiclip, the fastest workaround I have is:
Select the multiclip: it will be named MC[layer #] (i.e. MC).
Shift T to match frame to the multiclip.
Drag the appropriate layer (i.e. [layer 7]) into the source monitor.
close the multiclip sequence and go back to the MC clip.
Shift-option drag from your source monitor onto the clip, replacing the MC with its source clip.
Re: documentation: how to collapse multi-clips (multiclips) in premiere pro CS6
by Kevin Monahan on Apr 17, 2013 at 7:21:30 pm
Nice technique for CS6.
You can flatten a multi-camera sequence much more easily in Premiere Pro Next, coming out soon. Just right click and choose Multicamera > Flatten.
See this in action around 7:10 of this video:
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