Tip #586: Reorganize Multicam Sequences

… for Adobe Premiere Pro CC

Tip #586: Reorganize Multicam Sequences

Larry Jordan – LarryJordan.com

Cameras are arranged in the order they were selected.

The Edit Camera window in Adobe Premiere Pro CC.

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There’s a hidden menu in Premiere that allows you to edit and reorganize multicam clips. After creating a multicam sequence, open it in the Source Monitor by double-clicking.

Click the Wrench icon in the lower right corner of the Source Monitor and choose Edit Cameras; near the bottom.

This displays the Edit Camera window:

  • Drag camera names to reorder them. (They are initially organized based upon the order in which they were selected.)
  • Uncheck On/Off to disable the display of a clip, without removing it from the sequence.
  • Change Cameras per page to increase the number of camera angles displayed when you are editing the multicam sequence.
  • When clips are organized to your satisfaction, click OK.

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