- Organize & Sync Angle with Metadata
- Edit & Grade a 5-Angle Wedding
- Mix & Edit a Multitrack Music Video
- Color Correct & Shot Match Cameras
- Edit with Virtual Angles
Edit a Wedding Ceremony
You’ll begin the tutorial by editing a wedding ceremony that was recorded with 6 cameras. During the process you’ll learn how to address sync issues in the Angle Editor and set up your multicam clips for seamless cutting between your video and audio source clips using the Angle Viewer. You’ll also learn essential keyboard shortcuts that will save you time – including how to make fast timing changes to improve the story pacing.
Edit a Multitrack Music Video
Steve will have you editing a 3-camera music performance that includes audio from a multitrack recorder. You’ll organize these tracks into roles before creating a balanced mix using Final Cut Pro’s stereo panning options, and a few compressors to enhance the vocals. You’ll then learn how to assign the mixed angles, perform the edit, then work with audio components to create the final mixdown.
Get That Syncing Feeling
In lessons 7 and 8, you’ll be presented with every option for syncing your footage – whether you shoot with iPhones for delivery to TikTok, or with professional cinema cameras that record industry-standard timecode. Along the way, you’ll learn how to add metadata to your camera angles to make the syncing process more efficient.
Fix Production Mistakes
With multicam productions, potential problems are multiplied by the number of cameras and people involved. Steve will show you some of his best editing work-arounds for salvaging a project when one of the cameras did not record because of mechanical or human error.
Michael B. (verified owner) –
Ripple Training did it again! A great update over the Multicam editing in FCP 10.3.
An easy way to get basic and advanced concepts.
Thank you Steve.