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Angelo Lorenzo
Re: MultiCam Editing and Additional Audio
on Nov 20, 2012 at 4:57:11 am

Lets say we have a lecture with two hosts on lav mics and an audience mic on track three. The two cameras are on each host, and do not face the audience.

Lets say you do multicam with two video and three audio. You can't cut "on the fly" for the third audio track. You have to cut, select the block and then select audio track three in the multicam editor.

I find it faster just to do multicamera on the two matched audio/video tracks and then do overwrite edits for inserting track three. It avoids editing in extra audio with the cumbersome multicam interface.

You could, alternately, noise gate, auto duck, or keyframe the audio depending on quality. There are ways to automate the mix a little... but proper audio is still some work.

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