Trying to work on a project to get a two camera seminar edit done and I can't seem to find the Multicam monitor? I've manually synced up the two files in one sequence and then created another and enabled sequence one as a multicam, just like normal. I even double clicked the multicam sequence to bring it up in the monitor and both cameras are displayed, but when I click on the individual cams as the clips are playing (either in the monitor or in the timeline) nothing happens with the sequence. No edits are made in the timeline. I realize there isn't a record type button in the window that's displaying both cams and the usual red highlight from the multicam monitor remains yellow around the clips. Is there something I am just missing, how can I get the "edits" I'm making in the monitor to actually become edits on the timeline so I don't have to go through and do this manually. (It's a two hour seminar, just trying to save some time here)
In Premiere Pro CC the Multi-Camera monitor is now inside the Program Monitor panel. To enable it follow these steps.
Click the Settings button (the button shaped like a wrench in the lower-right portion of the Program Monitor), and choose Multi-Camera from the menu that appears. This converts the Program Monitor to multi-camera mode.
Here are two tutorials here:
Please be careful when editing multicam in PremierePro CC. There's a known issue that's causing people a lot of problems.
Please read this thread:
And make sure you understand the caveats of using multicam in its present state.