How to do Multi-cam Editing in VideoStudio Pro

How to do Multi-cam Editing in VideoStudio Pro

By Bart van der Molen

Did you know that you can do multi-cam editing in VideoStudio Pro? It is a great way to combine footage that has been shot simultaneously but from different angles. In this tutorial video editing expert Gripps gives you some tips on how to do this. You’ll learn some helpful hints such as:

• Using a hand clap or other sound to create an audio spike – this can be used to line up your clips

• Working with multiple clips in the timeline view (hint: don’t use the main video track)

• How to adjust your audio by muting one clip

• How to split your clips and remove alternating segments

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Comments (5)

  • Dale Preston Reply

    You should remove this one from your webpage, as it is out of date and doesn’t show how to use the MultiCam editor which is now so good!

    January 8, 2019 at 11:46 pm
  • Randy Reply

    Very good. Just what I was looking for. I have X8 Ultimate so it works for me.
    I agreed to put out a video today for a presentation that a young fellow did at our church today.
    It was done with two cameras (Canon 60D and Canon Vixia HF R500). The Canon 60D the 12 minute (or so) limit so I had to restart a few times through the presentation.
    The Canon Vixia HF R500 battery died part way through. I had not thought to take something to plug it in which could easily have been done.
    For me, it means aligning more than a single clip. I have multiples to line up. At least I have a starting point – no hand clap but I will know this for future.
    Thank you for sharing this with us.
    I hope to use / reuse this information very soon.

    August 7, 2016 at 3:15 pm
    • Randy Reply

      I was wondering if there are any advanced features in Videostudio X9.5 that might make this an easier task for aligning multiple clips from two cameras which go out of sync when stopping and starting separate clips. or if maybe even in X8 Ultimate there is a better way to do this. Thank you

      August 7, 2016 at 3:18 pm
  • David Holt Reply

    Enjoyed the multi-cam edit tutorial, HOWEVER
    several keyboard shortcuts were used but not described.
    Specifically, cutting a clip into two parts at a given point.
    It would have been very helpful if the instructor had simply told the audience the shortcut.

    Overall, this tutorial gets a “9” from me. The additional bit of instruction regarding the shortcuts
    would have rated a “10.’
    David Holt

    July 2, 2016 at 12:59 pm
    • Adam Reply

      Hello David,

      Thank you for the feedback! We are always looking for ways to improve our tutorials, and have passed your suggestions to our recording team to make sure they are considered.

      Corel Discovery Center Team

      July 4, 2016 at 1:06 pm

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