[This is an excerpt from a recent on-line video webinar: “Multicam Editing in Adobe Premiere Pro CC” which is available as a download in our store, or as part of our Video Training Library.]
Multicam shooting records an event using multiple cameras. Multicam editing allows us to see all those images at the same time as we edit the show. This allows us to quickly compare shots and pick the best one for our story. As cameras get less expensive and editing software gets more powerful, multicam shooting is becoming the norm, not the exception.
It’s been three years since Larry Jordan presented a webinar on multicam editing in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. It was time to take another look. This session covers:
At the end of this session, you’ll know everything you need to know to successfully create, edit and modify multicam clips inside Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
In this short, video excerpt, Larry Jordan explains what you need to know about codecs, storage and organization before starting any multicam edit in Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
What You Need to Know Before Multicam Editing
TRT: 8:48 — MPEG-4 HD movie
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One Response to Adobe Premiere Pro CC: What You Need to Know About Multicam Editing [video]
Just a comment/observation regarding multi-cam use for one camera shot drama.
While not traditional, implying multi-cam in a one camera shoot “Film Drama” will definitely provide a overview from above (if you will) of all shots that may be available in a given scene. In some ways in can be helpful and sometimes quicker than loading everything in clip by clip looking at source footage one clip at a time.
Just some thoughts…
As always, Thank you Larry for your great info.
Lou Hemsey Music and Film