In this course I will show you how to edit a video that shot with multiple cameras to record the same subject or event from different angles and distances.
Adobe Premiere Pro lets you create a multi-camera source sequence using clips from multiple camera sources.
In this course I will show you how to sync your videos and your audio from your different cameras, how to edit them easily and how to match colors in case you used different cameras.
I will also show you how to add music film grain and some really neat tips regarding color grading.
This is a super practical course, during the course I will show you how I edit my own videos that shot from different angles and how I sync and edit them from start to end, it's like you seated next to me in my editing room.
I'm Uri Soglowek and I have been teaching how to shoot and edit professional videos since 1993.
My aim is not to confuse with technical jargon, instead, I try to explain everything with easy-to-follow instructions.
My way of teaching is unique, and I tend to take you, the viewer with me while I do a whole project, from beginning to end, exploring great ways to apply the tools with confidence.
StartWelcome to Premiere Pro Multi Cam Course (0:21)
StartFolder hierarchy and converting video formats (5:37)
StartImporting into Premiere & Creating multicam sequence (4:41)
StartMixing Sound in Adobe Audition (7:02)
StartCutting with the Multi Camera interface (7:16)
StartPrepping the Sequence for color grading (6:18)
StartEqualize the colors between the cameras (10:54)
StartReframing the shot & Tweaking the colors (7:30)
StartAdding music, Film Grain & Tips on Color Grading (9:50)