To sync multiple Channels, move the Playhead to the Kick-Off point in one Channel. In the second Channel, click the settings cog in the bottom left corner.
Use the Frame (F), Second (S) and Minute (M) toggles to nudge the video to the point of Kick-Off.
Repeat this process for all Channels.
To add a new video Channel to your Session, go to, Channels Add Channel.
Select the video file and click Open.
To remove a video Channel from your Session go to, Channels Remove Channel.
Click the Bin icon on the Channel you wish to remove.
You will be presented with this dialogue. Tick Permanently delete video files if you want to also delete the video source from your filesystem.
Remember to exit Channel Removal mode by going to Channels Exit Channel Removal.
To Pin your Video to a channel go to, Channels Pin Channel.
Drag and drop your video into the desired Channel.
Quickly switch between Channels using hotkeys. The default hotkeys are relative to the Channel number (1, 2, 3, 4, etc...)
Add Additional Video to a Channel
To add additional video (e.g. 2nd Half) to a channel go to, Channels Show Channel Editor.
Select the desired Channel and move your playhead to the point you wish to add the video.
Click Add Clip at Current Position.
Your video will be added at the point of the playhead.
See Sync/Edit Channels that are different lengths to sync.
Adjust the video display using the Single, Dual and Quad views.
Use Single View to view one Channel.
Use Dual View to view two Channels side-by-side.
Use Quad View to view four Channels together.
To save a customized Channel setup:
First, arrange your Channels into your preferred setup.
Then, click and hold a Preset number to assign the view to a Channel Preset.
If your video display changes, simply click the Channel Preset to switch to your customized setup.
To add more Channel Presets got to, Settings User Interface Number of Channel Presets.
Syncing Channels that are different lengths
If you have Channels that are different lengths (e.g. one video has half time recorder and the other video doesn't), you can cut the video inside the Focus Channel Editor.
Go to, Channels Show Channel Editor.
Select the shorter video (the one without half time recorded) and move your playhead to the point of Kick-Off in the second half.
Click Cut Channel at Current Position.
Then, snap the clip to the next Timing Tag (2nd Half Kick-Off).
If you're not using Timing Tags, use the Frame (F), Second (S) and Minute (M) buttons to nudge the video along the timeline.
Use the Clip Start frames and seconds to add some pre-roll to the second half video.
Adjust the output volume using the Audio Toggle in the Timeline.
To adjust the audio of individual Channels, click the settings cog in the bottom left corner of the Channel.
Here, you can mute or alter the volume of the Channel.
In Settings Output Windows, click to open a window.
Output Windows can be moved and resized to view on external monitors.
Customize your Output Window view to optimize your workflow:
1. Choose which Channel view is displayed in the Output Window.
2. Choose to follow the zoom or remain in full screen.
3. Choose whether the Output Window: follows the time in the timeline, remains live, or remains in review.
Remind yourself of which Output Window is which using the Identify Windows button.