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Multicam Editing in Avid Media Composer

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In this tutorial, Kevin P McAuliffe shows you how easy it is to edit multicam footage with no timecode reference in Avid's Media Composer 6 and Symphony 6.



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Re: Multicam Editing in Avid Media Composer
by Guilherme Beloto
Hi Kevin,

I'm having a problem using multicam when I have one master shot for the whole event and DSLRs for some parts of it.
I've created one track for the master shot and another track for DSLR Cam A, where I manually synced all clips with the master shot.
From there I can't create a group to use multicam because there's no common in point nor TC.

Do you know how can I solve this?
Re: Multicam Editing in Avid Media Composer
by Goudarz Eghtedari
I am using pluraleyes to sync my clips, but when I get them back to AVID they are laid out nicely in timeline as a new sequence. Can you teach me an easy way to create a group from these clips as they are synced? I guess it would be best to somehow enter beginning of each clip into the auxiliary TC and then sync them by that, but I am a beginner in AVID and don't know exactly how to do it.


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