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Mark Palmos
Convert Sequence to Multicam
on Nov 3, 2016 at 2:11:13 pm
Last Edited By Mark Palmos on Nov 3, 2016 at 4:41:41 pm

Hello all, long time no see!

Found solution:

1. Create a sequence to hold your footage. (Source Sequence)
2. Add the clips, and sync them manually.
3. In the bin, right click that sequence and choose New Sequence From Clip. (Target Sequence.)
4. In the timeline, right click on that newly nested sequence and choose Multi-Camera>Enable.

I was thinking that enabling the Multicam Program viewer was the same as step 4... but it is not, you HAVE to R-mouse click on sequence and choose Multicam>enable.


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Rui Diogo
Re: Convert Sequence to Multicam
on Sep 6, 2017 at 9:21:04 am

I have a project recorded in 3 cameras.

I already placed the files into the sequence into 3 different tracks, and synced them.
The problem is that each camera separated the video in 5 ou 6 different files.

I already nested the files in each track so I have only one "file" for each track.

My problem is that when I do the multicamera sequence, I loose the sync (because the in point is different on the 3 cameras).

How can I avoid this? How can I sync the 3 tracks (nested)?

Thank you very much!

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Jeff Herring
Re: Convert Sequence to Multicam
on Jun 23, 2018 at 8:07:43 pm

Rui, I realize this is about a year too late for a reply, but, have you tried to highlight the separate clips. (or timelines) and tell it to sync using the Mixdown on the audio channels? That's what I had to do with a project I'm working on now.


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Jeff Herring
Re: Convert Sequence to Multicam
on Jun 23, 2018 at 8:05:11 pm

Thanks Mark, This is exactly what I was looking for!

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