Premiere Pro CC makes it easy to work with a multi-cam setup. Let’s see just how easy it is!Cover Image Courtesy of Datalus Pictures.When working on a documentary, commercial, or industrial video production, you’ll be capturing interviews. Many times, in order to make the interviews more appealing and engaging, a film crew will use multiple cameras to capture several angles. Then, when it comes time to edit the sequence, there are options available to keep the pace of the sequence moving along.However, adding additional footage sometimes does more to hurt your productivity than aid it, especially if you have to sync audio to your footage. Luckily, Premiere Pro CC does a great job of helping you with the process of syncing video and audio.Create Multi-Camera Source SequencesWhen you’re on location capturing interviews, you’ll more than likely only be working with two cameras, which should both be capturing scratch-track audio in addition to the video. The final audio that you’ll be using for this project will usually be captured using a field recorder like a Zoom H6 or a Sound Devices 702.You’ll want to slate each clip. This ensures that the scratch-track audio and the final audio have a marker to sync to. Once you’re in Premiere Pro CC, you can highlight the two video and final audio tracks, then right click on them and select Multi-Camera Source Sequence. To give you a full rundown on how to easily do this, here’s a video from Gary Fong’s YouTube Channel.Multi-Camera Syncing With Missing Audio As you know, not everything always going according to plan. So when something goes wrong, like one of the cameras not capturing scratch-track audio, fret not. You can still sync your audio with your multi-cam setup, you’ll just have to sync the video and the audio the old school fashioned way — by hand.You won’t be able to use the Multi-Camera Source Sequence options, due to video missing scratch-track audio. But, again, you can hand-sync the video and audio together, as long as you slated at the beginning of the shoot. Here’s a video from Curtis Judd that takes us through the step-by-step process of hand-syncing audio and video for a multi-cam shoot in Premiere Pro CC.Overall Multi-Camera EditingThe point of having a multi-cam setup is to give your audience options in terms of visual perspectives. I like to have one camera fixed on the interviewee and the second camera zoomed in on the interviewee’s face to capture facial expressions. Sometimes I’ll use the second camera to film their hands in order to capture gestures. Either one of these allow you to mix up the final cut, thus making it more visually stimulating.For another basic overview of how to edit a multi-cam setup, here’s a great video tutorial from O’Reilly – Video Training.What are your thoughts on multi-cam setups? Do you use them in your projects? Does it aid the final product? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
While the flood situation due to discharge of excess water from dams improved in Pune city, it remained extremely grim in urban and rural pockets of Kolhapur and Sangli districts in on Tuesday where continuing showers completely threw life and communications out of gear.Authorities said an estimated 25,000 people stranded in Sangli, Kolhapur and Satara were evacuated by locals and disaster management teams, including those of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF).Milk supply to these districts will be hit as the Kolhapur District Milk Cooperative, known as Gokul, has decided to shut supply operations on Wednesday in view of the adverse rain and water-logging situation.People in low-lying areas were taken out in boats and shifted to schools run by the civic bodies of these districts even as water began flooding urban pockets of Kolhapur and Sangli. Schools and colleges in these districts remained shut on Tuesday and are likely to remain closed on Wednesday too.Power supply to more than 85,000 consumers in Kolhapur was temporarily suspended as a precautionary measure, said officials from the Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company (MSEDCL).Residents of Gaganbawda, Panhala and Karvir tehsils in Kolhapur were hit hard by the rains.More than 105 earthen dams and other water systems in Kolhapur, including canals, have been submerged by the rising river water levels, while more than 20 bridges in Sangli have gone under water. With the swollen Panchganaga river flowing well above the danger mark at 51 feet, residents and authorities in Kolhapur fear a repeat, or worse, of the 1989 and 2005 floods.Revenue Minister Chandrakant Patil in a statement said, “I appeal to the residents of Kolhapur not to panic and cooperate with the district administration in their rescue efforts… NDRF teams are trying to move people to safe zones. A Navy team and an Army column of 80 personnel with four boats are on their way.” He said the situation in Kolhapur was worse than in 1989.“In 2005, the Panchanganga touched 53.5 feet mark. Going by the present situation, it could well exceed that figure…with communications with other districts severed, Sangli and Kolhapur could face an acute milk and fuel crisis if this situation persists for the next 48 hours,” advocate Amit Shinde, a resident of Sangli district, told The Hindu.While water from dams paralysed traffic on national and state highways and internal roads, Kolhapur was completely cut-off from Pune, Bengaluru and the Konkan region.Inter-district trains like those connecting Sangli with Karad (in Satara) were suspended as rail tracks were flooded.Meanwhile, Satara district authorities said the discharge from Koyna dam was increased to 1,19,777 cusecs (cubic foot per second) late in the afternoon, leading to heavy flooding in several talukas.A team of around 25 NDRF jawans was involved in rescue operations alongwith district authorities, especially in the Patan and Karad talukas of Satara.In contrast, the situation seemed slightly better for residents in Pune city, as discharges from major dams were considerably reduced on Tuesday.P.B. Shelar, executive engineer of the Khadakwasla irrigation division, told The Hindu that discharge from the had been brought down to 18,491 cusecs by late afternoon from 45,000 cusecs.Discharge from the Mulshi and Pavana dams too were reduced, easing the flood-like situation in the city’s low-lying areas.On Monday, rising levels of the Mula River had led to some connecting bridges between Pune and the Pimpri-Chinchwad being temporarily shut. However, with the water levels going down today, traffic police opened up six bridges in the Aundh-Baner area.Meanwhile, Pune District Collector Naval Kishore Ram declared a holiday on Wednesday for schools and educational establishments in Bhor, Velhe, Maval and Mulshi talukas of Pune district.
Advertisement Advertisement Login/Register With: A complete list of this year’s Tony winners can be found below.2017 Tony Award winnersBest musical: Dear Evan HansenBest play: OsloBest book of a musical: Dear Evan HansenBest original score: Dear Evan HansenBest revival of a play: JitneyBest revival of a musical: Hello, Dolly!Best actor, play: Kevin Kline, Present LaughterBest actress, play: Laurie Metcalf, A Doll’s House, Part 2 Best actor, musical: Ben Platt, Dear Evan HansenBest actress, musical: Bette Midler, Hello, Dolly!Best featured actor, play: Michael Aronov, OsloBest featured actress, play: Cynthia Nixon, Lillian Hellman’s The Little FoxesBest featured actor, musical: Gavin Creel, Hello, Dolly!Best featured actress, musical: Rachel Bay Jones, Dear Evan HansenBest scenic design, play: Nigel Hook, The Play That Goes WrongBest scenic design, musical: Mimi Lien, Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812Best costume design, play: Jane Greenwood, Lillian Hellman’s The Little FoxesBest costume design, musical: Santo Loquasto, Hello, Dolly!Best lighting design, play: Christopher Akerlind, IndecentBest lighting design, musical: Bradley King, Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812Best direction, play: Rebecca Taichman, IndecentBest direction, musical: Christopher Ashley, Come From AwayBest choreography: Andy Blankenbuehler, BandstandBest orchestrations: Alex Lacamoire, Dear Evan HansenWith files from Steven D’Souza and Jessica WongSOURCE: CBC “If you want to learn, you’ve got to go to where some of the greatest hosts of all times have gotten their start. Carson, Crystal, Letterman. You’ve got to go to the Rock,” Goldberg said, just before the Come From Away company performed Welcome to the Rock from the musical.The cast of Come From Away, a Canadian-written musical about the Newfoundlanders who helped stranded passengers during 9/11, give a wave during their performance at the Tonys. (Theo Wargo/Getty Images) “What’s amazing is seeing that the story behind it resonates just as strongly with everyone who comes to it,” Hein told CBC News in New York. “Over this six-year journey, the same story that inspired us is inspiring so many other people and that means the world.”Come From Away received seven Tony nominations in total, including best musical, best book of a musical and original score.All of those awards, however, went to the heartfelt Dear Evan Hansen, about a teenager with social anxiety disorder who becomes an unlikely hero following the suicide of a classmate.Producer Stacey Mindich and the cast of Dear Evan Hansen accept the award for best musical. (Theo Wargo/Getty Images)Dear Evan Hansen’s Ben Platt won for best actor in a musical. Other winners included Oslo for best play and Hello, Dolly! for best revival of a musical.House of Cards star and Tony-winning actor Kevin Spacey hosted the evening, opening the show with a lighthearted number about the pains of helming the Tonys for the first time.Host Kevin Spacey performs onstage during his opening number, which included appearances by Whoopi Goldberg and Stephen Colbert. (Theo Wargo/Getty Images) Stephen Colbert, Billy Crystal and Whoopi Goldberg made cameo appearances to offer hosting advice. Goldberg included a shout-out to Newfoundland.Whoopi Goldberg made a reference to Newfoundland, where Come From Away is set, just before the cast from the musical took the stage for a performance. (Theo Wargo/Getty Images) Twitter The cast of Come From Away performs the number Welcome to the Rock onstage during the awards show. (Theo Wargo/Getty Images) “The people who gave their lives and the people who extended their hearts and their homes and were generous and kind at the very worst moments.”The feel-good hit, which has become the toast of the theatre scene since it officially opened on Broadway in March, was written by Canadian husband-and-wife team David Hein and Irene Sankoff.Irene Sankoff and David Hein attend the Tony Honours Cocktail Party celebrating the 2017 special award recipients at Sofitel Hotel June 5 in New York City. (Bryan Bedder/Getty Images) Facebook The Canadian musical Come From Away won a Tony Award on Sunday for best direction, which went to American stage director Christopher Ashley.The production is based on real-life stories of people in and around Gander, N.L., who provided food, shelter and comfort to thousands of stranded passengers after the 9/11 terrorist attacks.“I’d like to accept this [award] on behalf of the people of Newfoundland and all of the first responders and their families in New York,” Ashley said during his acceptance speech.Christopher Ashley accepts the award for best direction of a musical for Come From Away. (Theo Wargo/Getty Images) LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement
Napoli will face off against Paris Saint-Germain in the UEFA Champions League tomorrow and the Italian manager knows what to do to winItalian Lega Serie A club Napoli will face off against French Ligue 1 side Paris Saint-Germain in the UEFA Champions League.And for the Italian club manager Carlo Ancelotti, this is a very important match and he knows what to do to win.“We know the importance of this match and what we must do, we are set up in the right way in order to do our best,” he told Gianluca Di Marzio.Opinion: Neymar will earn respect back from the PSG fans Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 After completing his incredible return to Parc des Princes, we predict that Neymar will earn the respect back from PSG supporters.The situation between Neymar…“To win we must do even better than we did. The draw in the first match didn’t come about by chance, at times we were too relaxed and we made mistakes. To win we must do something extraordinary.”“There is never a right time to face a team like PSG. We all know that there will be a whole city behind us and the stadium will be warm, but the approach of the team is the determining factor,” he added.“Which PSG will we face? I believe that in the middle of the first game they changed their style, I sincerely don’t know what they will do tomorrow but they definitely will remain a strong team and one difficult to face.”