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  • SRsupport
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    That is the point I try to make.
    You can do that when you're done cutting your video.

    And it is better to have mapped audio
    Because you have
    1 full track of lav 1 name track person x
    1 full track of lav 2 name track person y

    It is really simple when person x talks track is is active when person y talks track y is active. ( sometimes you need both to be active)

    I still don't get why you would do audio in multicam? Most people do audio mixing in normal mode.

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  • dano3655
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    i detach the audio files and keep them separate from the video files. some of the talking heads i shoot have two individuals lav mics.

    when mixing/choosing which to use it would be a help to be able to see the audio meter....

    dano

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  • SRsupport
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    I could be great but I wonder how usefull it would be.

    Multicam is for switching with the emphasis on video.
    Most of the time you have one main audio track

    I guess people can use it different.

    Sr

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  • dano3655
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    it would be great if it had one. maybe put it on the wish list?

    dano

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  • GrassValley_KH
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    As far as I know, there isn't. You need to drop out of multicam mode.

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  • dano3655
    started a topic Multicam Question

    Multicam Question

    is there any way to keep the audio meter on the output monitor (main screen i guess) when you are editing in multicam?

    thanks in advance,

    dano
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