How To: Final Cut Pro X Multicam Editing (Tutorial)

How To: Final Cut Pro X Multicam Editing (Tutorial)

Final Cut Pro X’s 10.0.3 update brought a slew of new features including Multicam editing which was heavily missed upon launch. Here’s a walkthrough of how Multicam editing works and how you can do it yourself!

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Notes: We’re using two Canon 60D DSLR cameras, a Canon ELP 300 HS Camera and a Zoom H1 for external audio.

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A detailed list of what I use to make my videos!

Camera & Audio Gear

Camera – Canon 60D: http://goo.gl/36ER0
Canon 24-70mm 2.8 lens http://goo.gl/as6WN
Canon 50mm 1.4 lens http://goo.gl/MJVhk
Zoom H1: http://goo.gl/xHvXb
Blue Yeti USB Mic: http://goo.gl/othNz

Computer & Editing

2011 Quad-Core i7 15″ MacBook Pro: http://goo.gl/ZwBSX
27″ Apple Thunderbolt Display: http://goo.gl/3EnEC
Logitech Performance MX Mouse: http://goo.gl/TAKtb
Logitech K750 Mac Keyboard: http://goo.gl/aQ98e
Software: Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro 9, Keynote & Photoshop CS5

Music Gear:

Yamaha HS80M Studio Monitors (Pair): http://goo.gl/zWyvG
Apogee One USB Interface: http://goo.gl/Ys94a
Audio Technica ATH-M50 Headphones: http://goo.gl/7e10Z
Klipsch S4i In-Ear Headphones: http://goo.gl/sgg8g

How To: Final Cut Pro X Multicam Editing (Tutorial)
How To: Final Cut Pro X Multicam Editing (Tutorial)
How To: Final Cut Pro X Multicam Editing (Tutorial)

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