Creating Multicamera Events
uses takes for multicamera editing. While the multicamera editing feature can be used with any multitake video event, makes it easy to build multitake events for multicamera editing.
When creates multitake events from your camera tracks, the take order will match the track order. As a result, it’s a good idea to first reorder your tracks if you have a particular order you prefer (wide shot, medium shots, handheld).
Once all of your cameras are laid out across tracks, synchronized, and ordered to your satisfaction, select the tracks from which you want to create a multicamera track (or press Ctrl+A to select all tracks).
From the Tools menu, choose Multicamera, and choose Create Multicamera Track from the submenu. builds a set of tracks containing a series of events, with takes representing each of the cameras.
A new event is created for each time a camera was started and stopped, as well as empty “(no camera)” takes for video events where cameras were missing.
If you have envelopes, effects, or motion applied to the original camera tracks, these will be lost during this operation.
You’re now ready to start editing your multicamera video.