Overview: You will download the files provided, mix the multitrack audio into a single stereo file, and finally edit the 3 camera 1 stereo audio files into a single video.
First, checkout the tips for recording using multiple cameras:
Download the multicamera, multitrack files for this project: Chris Sies improvising on percussion instruments.
Also note: you can get better performance out of your computer while editing by editing at a lower resolution = Playback > Proxy Mode > Half (or Quarter) Resolution
Park 1 = Mix the multitrack audio recording into a single stereo file using Reaper
Part 2 = Direct (edit) the multicamera video recording (3 cameras) along with the stereo rendered file from Reaper using DaVinci Resolve.
Here are the instructions from the video written out:
choose the Media tab at bottom, then Import media (drag the audio and video files in)
Select all media, right click, select “New Multicam Clip Using Selected Clips…” and choose “Sound” as the Angle Sync
NOTE: if syncing with "Sound" does not work for another project of yours (it should work for the example files I gave you): click on each file, view the waveform, and add a "Mark In" by pressing "i" to each clip at the clap board and sync using "Mark In"
right click the new multicam clip, select “New Timeline Using Selected Clips…”
choose the Edit tab at bottom (and make sure playhead is at the beginning)
click on in the top right corner if you don't see two viewers (monitors)
change the left viewer (monitor) panel from Source to Multicam
choose hold Option (Mac) or Alt (PC) and click the audio “angle” (still has a red box)
choose hold Option (Mac) or Alt (PC) and click the first video angle (the video angle will now have a blue box and the audio "angle" will have a green box)
to “direct” = press play and choose camera with the mouse or number keys (don't ever choose the audio "angle" ... and note, you will leave on) ... you don't need to use the option key any more!
after you have played through the hole thing and changed camera angles (in number 10 above), you may want to adjust when a camera change occurs (you may have been a bit late or early) ... so in Selection Mode hover between two clips until you see the Roll Edit cursor click and drag left or right
When you are done: Deliver tab at bottom and choose YouTube 720p or 1080p (1080p is what it was shot in ... but if your internet or computer is slow, choose 720p to save time).
Note: if you used the 360p files (much smaller), then choose "custom" under Resolution after choosing the YouTube preset ... then type in 640x360
Upload the video to YouTube (or Vimeo) and make the video privacy "unlisted" (that makes is unsearchable by the public, but makes the video shareable by link only).
Email me the URL of your video on YouTube.