I did a multi-cam edit at 1280 x 720, then was given the original 1440 x 1080 footage. Great! Now I thought this would be a simple fix by replacing the low quality footage, with Higher Res footage on the hard drive folder. That was successful.T hen create a new Sequence at 1440x1080 and copy the multi sync edit from the 720 sequence window, to the new 1080 sequence window. This worked only to a point, it brought in the new footage in, but the multi-sync clip original properties left a 720 border around the edge therefore clipping the HD footage. Is there a way to change the properties of the multi-sync clip to reflect the larger size and therefore remove the current big black border this is clipping the image. Thanks for any insight or suggestions!
I appreciate the help...but my research shows no way of changing a sequence setting once it's been created and edited in. If you have insight, please enlighten me!
Otherwise I came up with a plan B, create an EDL from 720 multi-cam sequence. using the EDL I can create a new project & sequences @ 1080p…problem now is it has the EDL @ 1080 for the Clips, but when importing the EDL, I can't link media to the Sequences which had the stack of synced clips….Any ideas?
Yes, Jim thanks....in my sleep, I too came to that conclusion...it's still a bit labor intensive, as I will have to create a second/new multiclip and redit the new clip using the old clip as a reference...anyway, unless you have a better idea..thats what i'm about to do. Thanks again...