If you have been editing for a while, you may have set up a complex edit sequence just the way you like it. Can you store a complex set of sequence settings as a preset in the new Adobe Premiere Pro? In this video, author Richard Harrington demonstrates how to create sequence setting presets in the new Adobe Premiere Pro 2017.
- If you've been editing for a while…you might have set up a complex sequence…exactly how you want.…Maybe it's got the right file size,…maybe it's got the right sequence settings,…and all the tracks are named exactly how you want.…Well, remember, this can get pretty elaborate…as you've got a complex sequence…so you might want to store this as a preset.…Now, from the Sequence menu itself,…you can choose to create a new preset.…Simply choose Create Preset from Sequence.…
This will give you the ability to add a name.…And any descriptive notes.…When you click okay that will be added…to your new sequence presets.…So when you choose New Sequence,…you'll see in the Custom folder…that you have that new option there.…And in this case all of the tracks…or anything that you've set up,…including custom panning and outputs,…will be carried over.…
This makes it very easy if you've edited together…a sequence, particularly for something…like network delivery and you want the track types…and the panning and the naming to all be precise.…
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Q. This course was updated 05/2017. What changed?
A. The following topics received additions or updates: workflow improvements, publishing to Adobe Stock, MacBook Touch Bar support, working with After Effects motion graphics templates in Premiere Pro, using the new titler, and performance improvements for AAF, XAVC 4K, scaling, and VR.