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Mastering Multi-Camera Techniques by Mitch Jacobson

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GROUPING AND SYNCING ANGLES

Grouping angles is the key to editing in multicamera mode. Once all your footage is loaded, the next step is to group angles into multicam clips. A group clip or multiclip is a set of clips synchronized by a common sync frame and combined into one clip. Each clip within a group is known as an angle, and you can switch angles as necessary. The angle from which you can see and hear video and audio when you play your sequence is called the active angle.

You can also group unrelated footage together for real-time montage editing. For example, if you're editing a music video, you could group separate takes of a song as angles ...

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