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Lesson 14. Multicam Editing > Changing Clip Timecode

Changing Clip Timecode

Syncing by timecode is a convenient process. It saves the step of having to set In points as a sync reference for each clip. If you want to use this approach but your source material does not share the same timecode, you can change the timecode within Final Cut Pro of your original QuickTime media file. Keep in mind that whenever you change the timecode in the QuickTime media file, you change it for all uses in all projects.

Another option is to create a secondary Aux timecode, which will not change the primary timecode but can still be used as a reference point. You can also use an Aux timecode to sync clips in the Make Multiclip window. The steps that follow are general ones you can apply to your own footage, not to the clips in this project.


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