Not sure... can you give us some more details on what you did to get that result? Also what format footage you're working with?
Not sure how I can answer further.
I cut my multicam sequence into clips in various places, says cuts 1,2 and 3. When I selected clip 1 to chose cam 1 subsequent clips (all three clips) moved to cam 1.
This doesn't happen everywhere in the sequence, indeed only in one place.
I'm wondering if its because of transitions present in the underlying sequence?
I suppose that’s possible… I’m not really following your workflow very
well. What do you mean by underlying sequence? Doing multicam cutting in
Premiere is incredibly easy, if it’s done right. If it’s not done right,
it can be a nightmare. Check out the video linked above and make sure
you’re doing the right work flow…
David, thanks for your answer but really its too general as my question is around a specific seeming querk.
I have a sequence with two tracks (what I called the underlying sequence). This is then nested into a second sequence enabled for multicam.
I then have a certain number of cuts, at which I change from cam 1 to 2 and back.
Imagine three portions separated by cuts say portion 1 is on cam 1, portion 2 on cam 2 and portion 3 on cam 1.
I then changed portion 1 to cam 2 and all three portions went to cam 2.
There is some kind of link between the three that is making them all change.
Well I have no idea why this is happening, but the solution is to start the multicam editing over again in a new sequence or 're-record' the cam changeovers.