Using Advanced Multicam Techniques in Final Cut Pro X

February 18, 2019 3 Comments

Using Advanced Multicam Techniques in Final Cut Pro X

In this tutorial, we look at three different multicam timelines in Final Cut Pro X. Each of them has a slightly different build in the Angle Editor; not just a collection of multiple cameras!

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3 Responses

Peter
Peter

February 19, 2019

It doesn’t really matter when you make the compound clips- the changes will ripple through the projects

Brad Schlueter
Brad Schlueter

February 19, 2019

That was really interesting. Is there a particular order that you use to create compound clips within multi-cams?

One use I have of multi cams is to put both angles of a synced drumming multi cam onscreen at the same time, each sized and placed into their own area.

This link shows how to accomplish the idea.

https://youtu.be/S2pnoveRIYE

Thanks!

Alessandro Pettorali
Alessandro Pettorali

February 19, 2019

i apreciate so much this tutorial

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