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  • antonsvideo
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    Originally posted by COMPLETE VIDEO IMAGE View Post
    Thank you guys for sharing all the hints. It is a great help.

    Multi camera editing is so much faster than rubber banding and little adjustments can easily be made.

    The channel mapping I have not figured out yet. Couldn't find it. And my computer techy is on his honeymoon and has better things to do than to reply to emails.

    Thanks,
    Ted
    in the meantime, there is another simple solution

    lets assume VA1 holds the video with the main audio

    1. select the VA1 clip and copy

    2. paste it to A1 track

    3. now the audio of VA1 and A1 will be the same, now delete the audio on VA1 by clicking the delete audio icon above timeline

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  • COMPLETE VIDEO IMAGE
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    Rubber Banding & Multi Camera

    Thank you guys for sharing all the hints. It is a great help.

    Multi camera editing is so much faster than rubber banding and little adjustments can easily be made.

    The channel mapping I have not figured out yet. Couldn't find it. And my computer techy is on his honeymoon and has better things to do than to reply to emails.

    Thanks,
    Ted

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  • antonsvideo
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    Originally posted by Aristotelis View Post
    and more......... :-)

    1. No
    2. It is not necessary to use the compress to a single track feature...you can select all video channels and drop the transition to all of them...it has the same result and that way you keep your multicam setup in case you want to make changes later on.
    Another way to add cut points is by pressing ctrl + 1,2,3....
    compressing to single track does not alter the original multicam cut

    the single track is created above the multicam tracks and can be deleted any time

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  • Aristotelis
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    If you try just to pull a transition down between two clips it doesn't work. It will place the transition in the keyer track.

    SO you need to make sure that you select ALL of the clips on all of the tracks and then pull a Tranistion down :)
    Mike in which version is this? I just tested it in 4.13 and I can put a transition wherever I want with no problems....

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  • GrassValley_MD
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    A little more :)


    1. Still No


    2. You can leave the multicam as is and select ALL of the clips on all of the tracks and the place transition it will work correctly (I didn't know that.. hadn't tried it... thanks for sharing that! :) )

    If you try just to pull a transition down between two clips it doesn't work. It will place the transition in the keyer track.

    SO you need to make sure that you select ALL of the clips on all of the tracks and then pull a Tranistion down :)


    Mike

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  • Aristotelis
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    and more......... :-)

    1. No
    2. It is not necessary to use the compress to a single track feature...you can select all video channels and drop the transition to all of them...it has the same result and that way you keep your multicam setup in case you want to make changes later on.
    Another way to add cut points is by pressing ctrl + 1,2,3....

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  • GrassValley_MD
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    Originally posted by COMPLETE VIDEO IMAGE View Post
    1. While using the rubber band is there a way of moving two points simultaneously while leaving the rest of the rubber band where it is.

    2. In multi camera edit, is there a way of fading between cameras rather than just cutting. And can these cuts be made in pause mode.

    Thanks,
    Ted


    To add a little more...


    1. Nothing more to add it is not possible at this time


    2. A. Make sure when you place your video down with the main audio you have the audio mapped to one or two of the audio tracks so that when you switch the video you don't switch the audio as well.


    B. As Anton said you can use the compress to single track. After you have dome this make sure that in Settings/Application Settings/Timeline settings and make sure that extend clip at transition or crossfade is checked.

    This will keep video in sync with the audio.


    C. After you compress it to single track you can delete the other tracks if you want to clean it up. :)


    Mike

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  • antonsvideo
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    1. no

    2. yes, you can compress a multicam edit to a new single track above (mode menu) and then add a transition to all clips in one hit or add individual transitions where required

    you can add cut points with num pad 0 key while paused, then delete unwanted camera

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  • Khoi Pham
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    1. Not that I know of.
    2. Sure, go to settings/applications settings, and make sure you have extended clips when applying transition check, go to Mode and click on compress to single track, right mouse click on your disolve and set the lengh, Ctrl A on the new track, and drag the dissolve up to timeline and it will apply dissolve to all the clips.
    I never play realtime when doing multicam, just drag with your mouse, get to the point that you want to cut and hit 0 on the # pad, then hit 1 or 2 or 3 to make it switch to the other camera.

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  • COMPLETE VIDEO IMAGE
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    Rubber Band

    1. While using the rubber band is there a way of moving two points simultaneously while leaving the rest of the rubber band where it is.

    2. In multi camera edit, is there a way of fading between cameras rather than just cutting. And can these cuts be made in pause mode.

    Thanks,
    Ted
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