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Inserting New Angles Into Multiclips

Previously, we had discussed how to make a multiclip and how to prepare your multicamera shoot so you can best utilize the multiclip capabilities of Final Cut Pro 5. Today, we will discuss how to add angles to multiclips in the viewer window. After you have created a multicip, you may discover that you need to either add a new angle or replace an old one.

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Inserting New Angles Into Multiclips

1 Either in the Timeline or the Browser, double click on a multiclip to open it in the Viewer.

2 From within the browser or timeline, drag a clip to one of the angles reprepresented in the Viewer.

3 Keep holding the clip over the Viewer window until the Insert New Angle and Overwrite angle overlay appears, and release over the Insert Over New Angle Option. You have just inserted a new clip angle into the viewer.

To replace an angle, you would simply follow steps one and two, then choose the Overwrite Angle option in the overlay menu in step 3.

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