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Multicamera Editing

  • You use multiple cameras when you want to capture a single event from multiple angles
  • Timecode Synch uses the camera’s internal clock to capture and synch the video
  • Marker Synch can be used when the cameras you use don’t have a timecode stamp or the timecodes are not synched before capture
  • A clean audio clip should be captured so you can use a single audio clip for the entire sequence
  • The Multicamera Monitor allows you to edit and select from up to 99 cameras at once

Multicamera Editing

Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.

  • Intro 0:00
  • Why Use Multiple Cameras? 0:10
    • Why Use Multiple Cameras?
  • Syncing 2:09
    • Timecode Sync
    • Marker Sync
  • Using the Multicamera Monitor 9:10
    • Using the Multicamera Monitor to Edit
    • Syncing With a Clean Audio Clip