Pete Bauer guides you through a Multi-Cam Editing sequence in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5
(runs just under 14 min.)
Multi-Cam Editing in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 is accomplished in four easy steps:
- SYNCH clips from as many as four cameras on a SOURCE Sequence.
- NEST the Source Sequence in a TARGET Sequence.
- ENABLE multicam editing in the Target Sequence.
- OPEN the MultiCam editing window.
Pete Bauer of Contrail Media explains the basic procedures for working within the multi-cam editing environment, and then guides you through a sample sequence involving four source video clips as they are mixed into one. A quick review of the process is included at the end of Pete’s tutorial. In less than 15 minutes, this video tutorial covers the essential steps you’ll need to know in order to use the Multi-Cam Editing tools in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5.
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