4k multicam in 1080 sequence
When working with a 4K multicam clip inside a 1080 sequence, the multicam view shows the cropped 4K, not the full frame. It should show the "set to frame size" views...it's hard to see what you're doing the way it is now.
Agreed, as I work exclusively in 4k now this is becoming more & more of an issue. Only workaround is scaling down every nested 4k clip to 50%, then scaling-up your MC in the edit timeline to 100% instead of 50%, and doing the rough cut that way, and then when you want to adjust the punch-ins you'll need to go BACK into the MC nest, scale everything back to 100%, then back to the edit timeline and scale all MC clips back down to 50%. Very annoying and slows down workflow a massive amount. Our post coordinator is thinking of converting the whole company to Avid as everything we shoot is multi-cam 4k. This is only going to get worse & worse as 1080p sources become less used.
Also, in this kind of setup, when you add a cut (in Multi-Camera Record mode), the program monitor (called the Preview monitor for some reason) shows the same, wrong, 100%-scale blown-up image (4K cropped within 1080) - and when you pause and play, it jumps to a scaled 50%.
The multicam multi-view display should ignore the target sequence resolution, and display the multicam sequence at its full native resolution (scaled down to the program monitor panel, of course).