There are many reasons for shooting with multiple cameras. Perhaps it’s to save time or achieve multiple angles. Or it might be to capture what’s happening across a large area, like a sports arena or the stage during a concert. Luckily for editors, Adobe Pro supports editing and syncing footage from multiple cameras in situations like these. The multicamera editing process in Premiere is similar to live switching that occurs in mobile studios and newsrooms, and helps speed up the post-processing workflow. In this course, Rich Harrington reviews that workflow, showing you how to ingest footage and align it properly, as well as finish your video with color-correction and color-matching techniques.
■Importing files into Premiere Pro
■Using content analysis
■Adding clips to a multicamera sequence
■Determining the sync point through timecode, audio, or other methods
■Syncing with PluralEyes
■Creating a multicamera workspace
■Editing and finishing the footage