starrynight wrote on 10/11/2012, 3:20 PM

Thanks for the concise tutorial on multicam editing. In your future tutorials, can you show how to further edit the multicam track, i.e. how to add different transitions to the cuts, change the locations of the cuts and also remove a cut that is mistakenly selected, without starting from scratch. Thanks.

choplife wrote on 10/18/2012, 6:33 AM

Thank you very much for this video tutorial it was really helpful.

weibowil wrote on 11/4/2012, 3:07 AM

Thanks for sharing.. but what if the audio has breaks after the multicam is done?

It's okay if it's a soccer game, but if it were a music video for one song, the breaks would be noticeable..

john-auvil wrote on 11/5/2012, 10:31 AM

That is where after the edits have been made (choosing which camera) you can set one of the original tracks to be the master audio track (I recommend the track that starts the multi-cam track itself). This will replace the audio in edited track with the original - thus no breaks.

paulihenderson wrote on 4/2/2014, 9:13 AM

Thanks John ... this gave me a great starting point for tackling Multicam for the first time.




brandonW8 wrote on 4/13/2014, 8:57 PM

Thanks John, new to Magix and this info is just the key for my mixing. 



ocdmachine wrote on 7/27/2015, 11:16 AM

Your video was most helpful! My only issue was trying to add a title. I kept getting error message that titles have to be on track3? How do you add titles to multicam video?

SullyPanda76us wrote on 5/10/2019, 2:20 PM

Thanks for the tutorial! Great starting point!