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Final Cut Pro FastTrack 202 - Multicam Techniques.
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What does the 'Automatic' setting use to sync clips when creating a Multicam clip?
The start of each clip.
Is Final Cut’s Multicam editing feature limited to only 2 camera angles?
No, Final Cut can support up to 8 angles ("cameras") in a Multicam clip.
It is limited to 2 angles because Final Cut Pro can’t run more than 2 video streams at once.
No, it can use many more than two angles (up to 64, in fact.)
Where is it best to configure the audio channels of individual clips within a Multicam clip?
In the Angle Editor.
In the Browser.
In the Timeline.
You can’t configure audio channels in a Multicam clip.
When matching color between camera angles in the Angle Editor, what is a good first step?
Rearrange Angle order so that the least saturated clips are lower than the highest saturated clips.
Color correct each clip individually on its own.
Color grade one clip, then copy/paste that to all other clips, immediately.
Apply “Balance Color.”
What method is most efficient when copying a color correction or other effect from one clip, and pasting it to the same camera angle in a timeline?
By using the Angle Editor for that single angle.
Use the Timeline Index's “Angle” column to select all clips of the same angle.
It isn’t possible to perform this operation in Final Cut Pro.
Manually scroll through the Timeline and Command-click to select them all.
When would you duplicate the Multicam clip versus duplicating the Timeline?
It doesn’t matter, they both provide the same function.
Duplicate the Multicam to make timeline editing changes; duplicate the Timeline to make Angle Editor changes.
Duplicate the Multicam to make Angle Editor changes; duplicate the Timeline to alter the Timeline edits.
You can’t duplicate a Multicam Clip at all in Final Cut Pro.
What is the default edit tool for a Multicam clip in the timeline, and why?
Ripple, because that’s how Apple designed it.
Slip, because sometimes Multicams are usually not in sync anyway.
Ripple, because it allows you to get rid of content you don’t want easily.
Roll, it is the only edit type that will not make clips become out of sync.
When creating a Multicam clip, FCP can use any of these for syncing.
Audio, Timecode, Sync Markers on clips
Audio, Timecode, Content Created, Start of first clip, First marker on the Angle
Timecode, Sync Markers on clips
What is the easiest way to find your Multicam clips in the Browser?
Type “multicam” into the text search field.
Scroll through the list of clips in the Browser in list mode, looking for the Multicam Clip icons.
Be sure to give all Multicam clips the same name, type that name into the text search field.
Create a new Smart Collection, rename it, configure it for Multicams only.
The Angle Editor is the best place to do what?
All of these answers.
Add new angles.
Remove large gaps between shots.
Rearrange Angle order.
In order, what do the outline colors Yellow, Blue, and Green signify when switching Angles in the Angle Viewer?
Audio-only clips, Video-only clips, active angle.
Both audio & video, video only, audio only
Video only, audio only, neither audio nor video.
Video only, audio only, both audio & video.
What is the safest and easiest way to cover up jump cuts in a Multicam that’s been edited in a timeline?
Use connected clips as cutaways.
Is it best to record audio from every camera during a multi-camera shoot?
No. All video cameras record the same synchronized timecode that Final Cut Pro uses to sync clips.
Yes, audio must be recorded from one single, high-quality microphone to all cameras used.
If the time and date is set on each camera, there is no need for any audio or timecode at all.
Absolutely, as long as it is decent quality sound, even from the built-in camera mic.
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