1: Import assets
Create a new 16:9 project. Choose File>Import>Movies. Import the clips from the MultiCamera Clips folder and add them to a new Event. Choose View>Playhead Info.
2: Add a cutaway
Drag the first shot into the Project window. Drag the second shot onto the first clip at 1:26. Choose Cutaway from the pop-up menu. The clips will run parallel.
3: Trim the cutaway
Click the cutaway clip’s gear icon. Choose Clip Trimmer. Drag the clip’s end so its duration is 2:08. Click Done. Slide the cutaway five frames right to fine-tune timing.
4: New cutaway
Select the last second of the third clip in the Event browser (hay landing alternative angle) and add it as a Cutaway at 5:00. Trim the first clip to end at 6:00.
5: Split and trim
Add clip four to the project. Scrub to 7:27. Right-click. Choose Split Clip. Drag the last clip’s yellow selection handle to 10:10. Right-click. Choose Trim to Selection.
Play back the sequence. We’ve turned four source clips into six flowing shots. We’ve removed a wobbly zoom in the last clip and the man looking at the camera.
7: Different angles
Add clips five, six and seven to the sequence. These show the horses eating from different angles, as if we had three camera operators filming the action.
8: Add last clip
Add the last low-angle clip, which pans from the horses to the man. This contrasts from the previous high-angle view of the feeding horses and adds visual variety.