Multi-camera Editing with Pinnacle Studio

Multi-camera Editing with Pinnacle Studio

By Maliek Whitaker

Pinnacle Studio Pro Maliek shows you how to use the new Multi-camera Editor to create videos using multiple cameras and camera angles, which is a great way to add a professional touch to your videos. The Multi-camera Editor allows you to sync up to six videos using visual markers, audio from external recorders, in-camera audio, or date and time. In this tutorial Maliek reviews:

• How to use the Multi-cam Editor and how to bring in the files you want to use

• How to add external audio using the Source Manager

• The importance of using the Smart Proxy Manager

• The different ways to sync your video clips; including markers or audio

• How to add and adjust transition effects between your clips

• The different tools for editing your multi-cam project

• How to add a picture-in-picture track

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  • Graham Pearson Reply

    I am combining gopro footage and tape. For the tape footage I used the “Show scenes” function for the obtaining the clips I wanted for the tape footage. It all works in the multi-cam editor but when I open it on the timeline in the regular editor the tape footage is a still for the duration of the edit and it shows up in a red color on the time line.

    September 5, 2016 at 4:12 pm

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