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I selected a 10 clips of the same event and created a new Multicam clip. The videos aligned perfectly via Use audio for synchronization. I edited the entire clip and chose different angles at the exact times I want them to show. Everything is great.

Problem is I just found another clip that should have been added, but I forgot to add it (i.e. I should have 11 clips in the multicam clip, not only 10). I want to add this 11th clip and tweak the multicam clip a bit to show it at certain times. I don't want to restart the process as 90% of my work is already done.

I know I can add a new angle and drag the clip in there, but the problem is I would have manually "synchronize" it, by dragging it in the correct location. I don't see any way to choose to synchronize it (e.g. via audio).

I see Clip > Synchronize clip, but that is disabled, and I wouldn't even know which two or more clips I should choose.

How do I add a new clip/angle to an existing multicam clip, and have it automatically synchronize its position via audio?

  • Manually syncing 1 clip via audio doesn't seem like a big deal. – DigiVision Media Feb 3 at 21:08
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    Going from 10 to 11 is just one example, might need to go from 10 to 16 for example. – Senseful Feb 4 at 18:41
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One (probably dumb) way to do this is:

  1. Select all 11 clips again and create a new, temporary Multicam clip.
  2. Double-click the temporary multicam clip and find out the exact timecode where the new, 11th clip was added.
  3. Copy the 11th clip.
  4. Delete the newly created temporary multicam clip
  5. Double-click the original multicam clip
  6. Navigate to that exact same timecode
  7. Paste the clip into that location

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