So just to be clear, are all of your channels 3042 frames or just one of them? Either can be done, just the last step will need to change.
You’ll want to configure Metadata so that a) all your channels have a grouping- here I’ve chosen “Well” from the folder name since they all seem to be in the same folder. You also want to turn “Extract from file image headers” on so that you can pull the number of frames in your large movie. (It hasn’t done that properly here since I don’t have your movie, but you get the idea. Also, sometimes the “Extract from image headers” is buggy and you need to save your changes and re-open to get it to work- sorry, we’re working on it!)
If all of your channels are the same number of frames, then the way you’ve configured NamesAndTypes in the pipeline you uploaded is correct- if just the fura is 3042 and the others are single frames, you’ll want to use the Metadata to do the image set matching, so that it knows that they have to all match in the same ‘Well’ but that one of your channels will have another dimension (here I’ve chosen SizeT but you’ll have to look at your extracted metadata to figure out the correct value here). This will allow you to match many timepoints of one movie to a single image in a different channel.