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Multicam Editing in Final Cut Pro X

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In this tutorial, Kevin P McAuliffe shows you how, with the newest update to FCPX, to edit multicam inside of FCPX. See how to set up your clips into angles, and then quickly and easily edit them together to create a seamless edit in no time flat.



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Re: Multicam Editing in Final Cut Pro X
by Nicholas Rich
Not s
o much related to the instructional content as much as it is to the location... but that church looks exactly like one located in Tequesta Florida! Stained glass flanking the center pews?
Re: Multicam Editing in Final Cut Pro X
by Aleksey Tarasov
Your tutorial was very helpful, thank you!



Re: Multicam Editing in Final Cut Pro X
by Edwin Kumendong
You're the best Bro. Just above to move to PC again but I will order the program today.
Thanks again my new friend Kevin.

Edwin Chris Kumendong
ESVS Productions
Wedding & Events Videographer
Mentone California
Re: Multicam Editing in Final Cut Pro X
by Brian FitzGibbon
Great tutorial, greetings from Iceland.
Re: Multicam Editing in Final Cut Pro X
by Jeff Brandt
Kevin,

Awesome and timely tutorial. How do you handle multi cam when you are recording audio separately? Do you synchronize audio to one clip before creating multi cam?
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by Josephus Tudtud
You can assign an Angle to that audio clip. Assign all camera clips to respective angle then select all clips and multicam it. Like what Kevin said, if you have one camera that didn't shoot continuously, make sure you assign those broken clips to same camera and angle name. All those broken clips will sync and line up perfectly to the audio you recorded separately.


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