Handling multiclips is very similar to handling standard clips.
|Refer to the Previewing Clips article for more details about how to work with clips.|
Working in Clip Viewer
To open the selected multiclip in Clip Viewer, use the "Open in Clip Viewer" command from the context menu or simply double-click multiclip.
|The number of clips that appear in Clip Viewer corresponds to the number of clips included in the current multiclip. The empty clip locations are left black.|
The active video source is shown with a cyan border and the active audio source is shown with a light-green border.
To toggle between angles, use the "Multiclip" pull-down menu in the context menu:
Here you can select the desired audio and video angles for the corresponding clips.
Clip numbering within the multiclip is ordered from left to right and from top to bottom starting from the left top clip:
You can also toggle between the angles by clicking the mouse on a desired clip. In this case, video, audio, or both video and audio angles of the selected clip will be changed depending on the settings defined in the "Multiclip" context menu:
Video + Audio – both audio and video angles are changed when you toggle with the mouse between clips;
Video – only video angle is changed when you toggle with the mouse between clips;
Audio – only the audio angle is changed when you toggle with the mouse between clips.
When you begin viewing a multiclip, the video angles of all included clips start displaying in-sync in separate previews of Clip Viewer according to their timecodes. Audio playback is performed from the specified audio angle.