Brainstrust, I've shot a Yoga vid with a single cam / multiple angles. Needless to say the timecode doesn't match, and the duration of the sequences are different every time since this isn't a music vid.
After I synchronized the start point, there's a need for some tracks to be manually realigned during the course of time. Ideally I would like to use the multicam viewer as you have it 'Multicamera Track' in the in the video preview window for this to show all angles, and trim the offending video track event without shifting the rest of the tracks simultaneously.
When I choose to 'Expand to Multiple Tracks', the video preview window only shows the active take, and I seemingly cannot change the active take selected on the timeline after the fact. Also, when I use the 'Slip Tool' on the offending video track, all tracks slip. Well I guess this might be intended but this is not helping.
Also, every time I change from Expanded Tracks to Multicamera Track and the other way around, the Track FX become <enabled, default>. In my case I have loaded up <default> with a stack of enabled FX I usually use, but in this case it is annoying as you have to turn them off every time you change the view. Settings are not being remembered (bug).
I don't get why I need to have the 'Multicamera Track' as a separate instance, could that not simply be a special parent track that you can expand/collapse on the timeline if you need?
Any good tips & tricks for workarounds are welcome, I tried tuts, search and youtube with no great results. cheers!