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Adobe premiere pro cc 2020 Multicam – How to Create a Multicam Sequence in Premiere Pro CC 2020

October 29, 2019


Adobe Premiere pro cc 2018 Multicam .Hello
Whats up guys welcome to My youtube channel Digital Creations. Learn how to create and edit a multi-camera
source sequence using clips from multiple camera sources by synchronizing In/Out points,
clip markers, and audio. Multi-camera editing workflow if this is your first time here hit the subscribe
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designer . so guys lets get started in adobe premiere pro cc 2018 1. Create a project Click New Project from the Premiere Pro Welcome
screen, or select File>New Project. In the New Project dialog box, enter a name
for the project, and click OK to accept the defaults. 2. Import footage Select File>Import. In the Import dialog box that appears, navigate
to the directory containing your video and audio files. Select the files to import, and click Open. 3 .Create a multi-camera source sequence
To use the Create Multi-camera Source Sequence dialog box, select your clips or bin from
the Project panel. Then, right-click (Windows) or Ctrl-click
(Mac OS) the selected clips and choose Create Multi-camera Source Sequence from the context
menu. Use the Multi-camera Source Sequence dialog
box Use the Create Multi-camera Source Sequence
dialog box to combine clips that have common In/Out points or overlapping timecode into
a multi-camera sequence. You can also combine clips using audio waveforms
and markers. 4. Create a multi-camera target sequence Edit the multi-camera source sequence in a
target sequence. To create a target sequence, with the multi-camera
source sequence selected in the Project panel, choose File>New>Sequence From Clip. You can also right-click (Windows) or Ctrl-click
(Mac OS) on the multi-camera source sequence and select New Sequence From Clip from the
context menu. Premiere Pro creates a multi-camera target
sequence, and opens it in the Program Monitor and Timeline panel. 5. Enable multi-camera editing in the Program
Monitor In the Multi-camera mode, you can view the
footage of all cameras simultaneously and switch between cameras to choose footage for
the final sequence. 6. Enable recording of multi-camera edits Click the Multi-camera Record toggle button
on. If the button is not visible in the button
bar, click “+” in the lower-right corner of the Program Monitor to open the Button editor. Drag the Multi-camera Record button to the
button bar. Edit the multi-camera sequence In the Program Monitor or Timeline panel,
press the spacebar or click the Play-Stop toggle button to begin playback. While the sequence is playing, press the number
key on the main keyboard to cut to the camera with that number.like 1 , 2 , 3 ,, 1 for camera
1 Adjust and refine edits After you have recorded your multi-camera
edit, You can do the following: Rerecord the final sequence and substitute
clips with footage from one of the other cameras. Edit the multi-camera source sequence as you
would any other sequence—using the standard editing tools and techniques, adding effects,
compositing using multiple tracks, including adjustment layers.

8 Comments

  • Reply Trading PhotoS, Videos of Live EventS, AND MorE May 2, 2018 at 12:12 am

    Thanks

  • Reply Vinoth Kumar June 13, 2018 at 1:41 pm

    very worst video tutorial i had ever seen in youtube in my life

  • Reply eMotions Creativy Films June 18, 2018 at 1:21 am

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  • Reply Eric Dycus August 10, 2018 at 4:30 am

    gracias senorita…. Awesome!

  • Reply whphmedia August 10, 2018 at 8:01 pm

    nice thanks

  • Reply Stéphane S. August 19, 2018 at 9:42 pm

    thanks for your tips! but when you double click on the timeline, it disables the multicam timeline. How to reactivate it without loosing all our edit ?

  • Reply Pascal Zurek January 28, 2019 at 12:04 am

    Sorry, but 1:50 until you come to the relevant part is simply too much. Also – and please do not take this too hard – I would recommend working on your accent, as it is very hard to understand sometimes.

  • Reply Danielle Kirshenblat September 20, 2019 at 6:05 pm

    Very helpful, thank you! And thanks for taking the time to create this tutorial.

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