by Ben Harris on May 1, 2018 at 4:50:29 pm
Is there an easier way to multi group so we can use multi camera for our interviews?
We have a two camera set up for our interviews, and a lapel mic. We need to audio from both cameras (Boom on one, lapel on the other for the interviewer, and the lapel from the interviewee).
I've been watching some tutorials/workflows on this and it seems like it's an extremely over the top way of going about this when it was so much more simple in Premiere.
Are things like Super Grouper and Group It For Me! of any use?
by Juris Eksts on May 1, 2018 at 9:53:22 pm
Does Group Clips, syncing by waveform not work for you?
by John Thomason on May 3, 2018 at 6:59:53 pm
I have 4 cameras and 2 audio feeds to sync and it has worked great for me . I just make sure each camera has it's mic on so it has audio . The other audio comes from 2 digital audio recorders. I hit group in the clips pop up and then select waveform . and that does the job