Consistency in multi-camera shoots is tricky, but not impossible.

For today's shoot, you're trying something new: you're setting up two (or more) cameras, instead of just one. Maybe it's a closeup-wide configuration, or reverse angles of two subjects facing each other, or whatever.

Problem is, now that you've brought all your footage into post, the cameras don't quite match up. In fact, they look completely different from one another. Now it's looking like you'll be spending a few hours in post trying to get them to match!

Is there any way this could've been avoided?

In this video, you'll learn the one indispensable trick to setting up a multi-camera shoot where you can just drop all your footage into your timeline and have all your cameras match perfectly without you having to make any but the tiniest tweaks.

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