Premiere Pro CC Multi-Cam Monitor

Jun 25, 2013 by

Premiere Pro CC Multi-Cam Monitor

Premiere Pro CC Multi-Cam Monitor has been moved from WINDOW to Project Monitor.

Premiere Pro CC Multi-Cam Monitor has been moved from WINDOW to Project Monitor.

For those of you who might have switched over to Premiere Pro CC and be thinking you’re crazy when trying to switch over to Multi-Camera Monitor and it’s not there under window, well, it’s been moved. You have to go to the top right corner of the Project Monitor and click the drop down and then switch over. And it’s working funky at that. Doing a ` to get the MC Monitor to go full screen still leaves one of the cam views half cut off. It’s late, I know, so maybe I’m missing the obvious, but alas, this is a big change from CS6.

http://tv.adobe.com/watch/learn-premiere-pro-cc/using-multicam-mode-to-autosync-multiple-angles-or-takes/

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3 Comments

  1. Raphael

    Thank you, I was looking for this information everywhere and now I found it! 🙂

  2. Andrey

    It’s possible to setup Adobe monitor (Video device) in Edit>Preferences>Playback for Program panel window (Multicam mode) to go full screen and second monitor (or 3rd) for Program monitor in Composite Video mode.

    • Donny Claxton

      I’ve not hooked one up, but I believe it should work, yes.

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