Join Luisa Winters for an in-depth discussion in this video Naming strategies for nested sequences, part of Premiere Pro Guru: Adjustment Layers and Nesting.
- When it comes to naming your nested sequences…you need to use whatever works for you.…I find it easier to know which sequence I am working on…if I name the sequences appropriately.…Let's go ahead and open sequence 1-4 from the project panel.…This is the sequence that I would…usually name main sequence.…This is the sequence that I will ultimately render.…I will then add the nested sequences in here…either by selecting the clips and creating the nest,…or by dragging directly from the project panel.…
Let's go ahead and create some nested sequences.…Select the first two clips,…and right click and choose Nest.…Let's name this one City at Night Nest 03.…Naming my sequences this way will let me know…at a glance what the content is and what the version is.…So if I have a city at night 02 and an 03,…I know that 03 is the latest one that I worked on.…
So why create so many versions?…Because you should be able to go back to an earlier version…of your work if you so desire.…I find it really convenient to create a new version…
- When and why to nest Premiere Pro
- Rendering and replacing nesting
- Naming nested sequences
- Applying effects with adjustment layers
- Saving adjustment layers
- Adjusting footage using color corrections
- Masking effects
- Creating specific looks with adjustment layers
Skill Level Appropriate for all
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1. Using Nesting Techniques to Improve Your Workflow
2. Using Adjustment Layers to Make Your Effects Easier to Manage
3. Using Adjustment Layers to Create Visual Adjustments
4. Using Adjustment Layers to Create Specific Looks
5. Using LUTS
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