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An Editor’s Guide to Adobe by Jeff I. Greenberg, Robbie Carman, Richard Harrington

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Appendix A. Multicamera Editing

Today, people are shooting with more than one camera, and there are lots of reasons for this. It might be to create a talk show or television series. Perhaps it’s a time-saving technique to make it easier to keep cutaways in sync. Or, it might be to show what’s happening across the stage in a concert film.

Fortunately, Adobe Premiere Pro supports multicamera editing. The process is very much like the live switching that occurs in mobile studios and newsrooms. The end result is a video that closely mirrors the live television experience where all angles are in perfect sync.

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