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In this short video, Larry Jordan explains how to create a multicam clip in Adobe Premiere Pro CC using video clips of different frame sizes that still allows reframing and repositioning of the higher resolution media once its edited into the Timeline.
Premiere: Multicam Clips
TRT: 6:21 — MPEG-4 HD movie
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2 Responses to Adobe Premiere Pro CC: Create Multicam Clips Containing Different Frame Sizes [ video ]
I watched the video, but I still don’t know how to create a custom preset that will work. I have 3 clips. Two are 1920 x 1080 and one is 3840 x 2160. All are 29.97 fps. I am struggling with this. I realise my knowledge regarding an appropriate sequence setting to start from is lacking. Can you help me, please? I have 2 older cameras and 1 brand new 4k capable camera, so this is going to be an ongoing issue for any multicam work I do. Indeed, multicam work is all I do, as I produce live performance videos for musicians.
Thanks in advance!
Sorry for the delay – it took me a while to find the solution. What you want to do CAN be done. Read this: