Chapter 21. Multi-Cam Editing: Music Videos

Synchronizing and editing music videos can be quite simple, especially when you think of them as multiple camera shoots. The only difference is that in a music video, you shoot the same song 30 times from 30 different angles, instead of shooting with 30 cameras at once.

Building on the previous chapter’s timecode technique, this chapter will show you how to create a unique timecode value to synchronize both the audio soundtrack and each of the unique video clips of your music video project. Marrying the audio and video in the timeline, you will use Premiere Pro’s Match Frame function to identify and assign the exact sync point.

In the chapter’s first lesson, you will use the “eye match” method of synchronization, ...

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