Multicam in Final Cut Pro X Tutorial

Learn how to create and edit Multicam clips in Final Cut Pro X | taught by Izzy Hyman Watch Intro Video

Course description

Now Available!

I'm excited to announce that my new "Multicam in Final Cut Pro X" tutorial is now available.

What is "multicam"?

When you capture video of the same thing from multiple camera angles, you can create a special kind of clip in Final Cut Pro X called a "multicam clip", and then cut back and forth between the different angles.

It's a lot of fun and very powerful!

If you want to learn the fundamentals of working with multicam in Final Cut Pro X, this tutorial will help you get up and running.

You'll get hands-on experience because it includes two different multicam projects that you can edit yourself as you follow along with the videos.

This tutorial is 22 videos long, totaling 1 hour and 37 minutes. And it's focused all around multicam.

To celebrate the launch, I'm offering a discount (expires February 17th extended due to customer request). Use this coupon code to get the tutorial for only $35:


I'll also include two bonuses:

Bonus #1:

Two original royalty-free music tracks ($10 value). You can download this music and use it any of your projects royalty-free.

Bonus #2 (The Big One!):

A two hour online workshop where I'll go through multicam techniques live online and answer as many questions as I can. I'll offer this bonus online workshop at two different times so you can choose a time that fits into your timezone and schedule ($50 value).

This discount and bonus is only available during the launch so make sure you register right away.

That's a $109 value for only $35. Get it before the offer expires!

* I use Final Cut Pro X version 10.3.2 in the videos.

Izzy Hyman
Izzy Hyman

Course Content

Multicam in Final Cut Pro X
01. Welcome
Optional Download: Practice Media
Optional Download: Course Videos
02. Setting Up
03. Camera Names
04. Camera Name Auto
05. Camera Angles
06. Creating Multicam Clips
07. The Angle Editor
08. Automatic Sync
09. Partially Automatic Sync
10. Sync Manually
11. The Angle Viewer
12. Cut and Switch
13. Switch Modes
14. Fine-Tuning Our Edit
15. Timeline Switching
16. Parent-Child
17. Fade Audio Between Segments
18. Performance Optimization
19. Manual Sync
20. Edit 2nd Project
21. Backup Multicam Clips
22. Custom Workspace
23. Color Correcting and Goodbye
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