Multicam edits in Premiere Pro using PluralEyes
In this video I show how to use PluralEyes to sync DSLR clips in Premiere Pro CS5 and then go on to show how to do a multicam edit.
As you’ll see in the video PluralEyes works slightly differently with Premiere Pro which requires a slightly different approach to the Final Cut Pro version. The way Multicam works in Premiere though is a lot easier to work with than the Final Cut version and you’ll see just how easy and fast it is in this video.
I’m a bit obsessed with keeping my workflow tidy so you don’t have to repeat the part where I re-link the sequences after importing the PluralEyes’d XML. I thought it might be a useful tip to know though.
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