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  1. #1 Premiere Pro Multicam Question 
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    Does anyone know if there is a way to export the full multi cam view from Premiere Pro. If I wanted to hand off a file to a client that had all the angles displayed like it does in the multi cam preview monitor, is that possible?

    Any help would be appreciated.
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    you might have to screen cap the playback, i can't think of any way premiere would be convinced to export the multi view.
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    i don't think there is a built in way. i just reposition the clips using the motion effect and render that.
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    Yeah to expand on the above comment, I would just drag and drop your whole multicam source clip into your timeline in its entirety, then duplicate it to the track above, keeping it aligned of course, and duplicate until you have as many copies of it stacked up as you do camera angles in your multicam sequence. Then just switch each one to a different camera angle, set them all to the same scale based on how many angles you have and position them.
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