Final Cut Pro X: Multicam Editing

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Learn the art of Multicam Editing in Final Cut Pro X in the 23-video tutorial created by our in-house, Final Cut "X"pert, Michael Wohl.

Multicam editing in Final Cut Pro X has arrived! Here to give you a detailed exploration of its possibilities is macProVideo.com's master editor and trainer, Michael Wohl.

Michael begins this tutorial with an overview of the FCP X Multicam workflow. From there you'll dive into the creation of Multicam clips from the Event browser. You'll also learn about Clip Angles and how you can order and synchronize them in FCP X. In the following section Michael explains the Angle Viewer as well as the various ways to edit and switch between multiple camera angles.

In the last two sections of this tutorial, Michael focuses on modifying, fixing and reordering the clips inside your Multicam project. He shows you several tips and tricks to help you with your next multi-camera project. Multi-camera editing in Final Cut Pro X: Michael Wohl's got you covered!

Table of Contents:
1. Introduction
2. Multicam Overview
3. Multicam Metadata
4. The New Multicam Clip Command
5. Angle Assembly Options
6. Angle Clip Ordering
7. Angle Synchronization
8. Additional Multicam Properties
9. The Angle Viewer
10. Angle Viewer Options
11. Playback Performance
12. Basic Multicam Editing
13. Switching Angles
14. Audio Only or Video Only Switching
15. Finessing Edits
16. Rippling Multicam Clips
17. The Angle Editor
18. Fixing Multicam Sync
19. Adding & Deleting Angles
20. Reordering Angles
21. Closing the Angle Editor
22. Modifying Angle in Editor
23. Modifying Angle in Timeline
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