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Place video 1 and 3 clips on the upper-most video tracks and then use motion scale to size and position each of the PIP's.
The problem is when i did this, my synch is off. Can you elaborate further?
Here is my workflow.
Created a number 0 marker in each video (1,2, and 3)
Placed them on timeline and synchronized
Drag this sequence into a new sequence2 which created a nested sequence
Enabled Multicamera on sequence2
So how do i do PiP on sequence 2 without losing the synchronized point?
Should have read your original post more carefully re: multicam timeline as I do not use this feature. My suggestion was to use a single sequence without any nesting. Place background video on video 1 track, PIP #1 on video 2 and PIP #2 on video 3. Scale and position each of the PIP's using motion scale. Synchronization is a simple as lining up the start point of all 3 clips.
I've done this a lot of times, I'd try to explain.
I never touch the timeline that has synchronized clips.
In the nested multitrack timeline:
Place a marker in the starting point and cut
Cut again in the end point.
Copy the cut clip to track 2 between the markers (remains in sync)
You have two copies of the same nested sequence in two tracks but already in sync.
Rigth click on the clip in track 2 and select camera 3.
Now you can scale and move it to set PIP.
I'm sorry, I can explain this better, but not in english.