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Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 106 Multi-Camera Work-flow

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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis goes through the new and improved multi-camera work-flow in Premiere Pro CS6, which includes the option to use as many cameras as your system can cope with! Andrew shows how to use three clips in this tutorial, how to set them up with a synchronizing point and then how to trim footage back into the multi-camera sequence if the synchronizing points weren't in a good place. He then shows how to change between cameras and how to modify the edits created.



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