No, unfortunately you can’t. The premise of multigrouping is to take the footage of multiple cameras and link them together so that they can be viewed simultaneously. Your best bet would be to string all the clips out into a sequence because all of the clips would be in the same location (like a multigroup)
I read this article the other day about The Hangover Part II. It mentions a lawsuit regarding a tattoo on the face of one of the character’s that may need to be painted out for the release onto DVD. The Hangover Part II article Towards the end of the article, the writer wrote “…we don’t
The other day I was working on a 3D show. A tad bit difficult considering I am in that small percentage of people who can’t watch 3D without wanting to puke my guts out. Fortunately for me, I left the edit session with my stomach contents intact and the show finished. Working in 3D is
(This is going to be an ongoing post on how to avoid common pitfalls when multigrouping.) Multigrouping is intense. It’s the make or break part of getting promoted and moving up to being an editor. (For shows containing multigroups of course) Some people get it and some people don’t. There is a lot to remember
Way, way, way, waywayway, way back in the day when I first started using Avid I didn’t know what I was doing. (Obviously) I was lucky if I remembered to turn on both monitors because I just wasn’t used to this editing monstrosity. Since then, thank goodness, my skills have improved. I always turn on
The saying goes, “You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink.” There are all sorts of meanings that can be attached to this line but basically it boils down to this: you can give someone something but you can’t make them use it. That something can be anything. Deodorant, utensils,
You see those bumper stickers all the time. Doesn’t really matter what they say but the premise is this – My —– is better than your —–. This passive aggressive showboating isn’t lost on other motorists and those in a position to do so, retaliate with their own displays of “mine is better than yours”.