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





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Published on Feb 2, 2012

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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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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