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I think you did things backwards here.
You start with the full interview and cut that using the Multicam feature. Once the entire thing is cut and tweaked, you can then pick out the parts you want to use and copy/paste them into a new sequence.
Wow I think you're right. If thats the case I need to manually set the angle for each cut.
Seems like a counter-intuitive way to handle multicam. It'd be nice to go back in and refine through the multicamera window. Or switch cuts out like final Cut used to do.
I just dont see the logic in sitting through a 40 minute raw footage interview cutting camera angles and THEN editing it.
Well, the logic is that multicam is designed to work with longer, synced takes, so you get that done and then you have something you can pull from.