We filmed a conference with one main camera, a separate audio recording, and a handheld b-roll camera. Both of the cameras were rolling throughout (ie. only one sync needed), and had shotgun mic's, so syncing audio with the desk mix should be easy enough. We also have the slides from the presenter's Powerpoints (slide changes are visible from the main camera) that we'd like to cut to as the speaker is speaking.
The source media are:
Main cam, tripod - high quality audio saved in a separate file
B-roll cam, handheld
Full-Screen presentation slides
The main tasks are:
Colour correction/grading to natural colours
Syncing two cameras with main audio
Creating a sequence of slides (PDFs of slideshows provided) timed with the presentation, that will act as a “third camera”
Creating a multi-camera sequence using Premiere’s built-in function for this which cuts between the three cameras
In a new sequence (ie. dropping the multi-cam sequence into a new sequence so it can be edited as one track, editing out beginning/end of multi-cam sequence, as well as any (infrequent) moments that need to be removed from the video - eg. a technical glitch with the presentation remote, or when something happens in the room that wasn’t sufficiently captured by the cameras/mics
Editing style: The majority of the screentime can go to the main hard cam, and the full-screen slides. Where you feel appropriate for keeping the pace up, feel free to cut to the b-roll. The b-roll was all handheld so probably around half of the footage is usable.
Submission: Premiere Pro project files (I may want to slightly tweak edits). Please maintain the source folder structure to reduce chances of corruption/file confusion.
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I love to do the edit of your video files.I can edit it professionally easy for me to sync the multiple cam and add the b roll properly I'm working on premiere pro cc. Best, Jeff L.