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Lesson 14. Multicam Editing > Collapsing a Multiclip

Collapsing a Multiclip

Once you've completed editing your multiclip, refined your edit points, and settled on your camera angles, you may need to output your sequence and pass it along to someone else, such as a colorist or audio mixer. Instead of passing along the sequence with a multiclip in it, you can collapse the multiclip so thatonly the active angles are accessible. In this way, no one can make any unwanted changes to your sequence. You can uncollapse a sequence at any time, returning it to the original multiclip state.

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Once you've finished your edit, collapsing a multiclip will make playback less taxing on the processor and free up speed for other editing functions or effects.



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