I shoot with multiple cameras and need to color correct each camera's clips differently. I put camera 1's clips on track 1 and then place an adjustment layer above them and using the Fast Color Corrector, color correct them all at once in the adjustment layer. Then I drag the clips from camera two onto track 2 right above the clips on track 1. (Yes, I'm going to do a multi-cam later). Reading the literature on Adjustment Layers says they apply to all layers beneath. I only want the adjustment layer to apply to the layer directly beneath it only. Is there a way to do that in PP CS6?
Multicamera usually means long takes, meaning fewer clips to deal with, which obviates the need for the AL method.
So...set up your multicam sequence as normal, then edit it. When you're done, apply the CC effects to the clips themselves, not layers.
i'm with jim, and may i suggest if you have multiple little clips that would make it tedious to apply the effect individually, do a paste attributes from one clip to the other, save a little time.
So as to use adjustment layers in multicam workflow in the way you want you need to nest each camera angle with an adjustment layer above into a separate sequence and then build multicam sequence out of those nested ones.