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Rex Teese
creating multi clip sequence with merged clips?
on May 20, 2014 at 1:00:25 am

In premiere CC, I merged several audio and video clips (as with double system recording workflow). I am now trying to create a multi clip from two of those clips (A/B camera). I've marked in points on each clip at the slates, but when I go to the clip menu, creating a multi cam sequence is greyed out. Is this not possible with merged clips?


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Rex Teese
Re: creating multi clip sequence with merged clips?
on May 21, 2014 at 5:27:34 pm

Bueller? Bueller?


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Kris Boustedt
Re: creating multi clip sequence with merged clips?
on Aug 20, 2014 at 6:33:27 pm

I am stuck in the exact same situation. Did you find a solution?

Thanks!


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Rex Teese
Re: creating multi clip sequence with merged clips?
on Aug 20, 2014 at 6:44:51 pm

Everyone that I have talked to says that it cannot be done.


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Kris Boustedt
Re: creating multi clip sequence with merged clips?
on Aug 20, 2014 at 6:53:07 pm

Oh man. What a bummer. And how bizarre.


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Amy Enser
Re: creating multi clip sequence with merged clips?
on Aug 20, 2014 at 8:59:48 pm

I've learned a workaround, and I'm not sure why it isn't published anywhereā€¦

First, I recommend just using Pluraleyes to sync and leave the synced clips in the "synced_replaced" sequence that it spits out (duplicating it, of course, so you can return to the original, unedited sequence). Merging each A cam and B cam to the same audio track seems unnecessary, at least in this process.

Nest the A/B cams

Right-click the nest and select "multi camera/enable".

Voila! Your multi-cam experience is prepped and ready. In your Program Monitor, select the multi-cam view so you can see A/B cams side by side. Then you simply play your clip and click on each cam (they will be outlined in red) each time you want to make an edit. Or you can create a keyboard shortcut and just hit a button similar to live switching.

Hope this helps!
Amy


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