Join Luisa Winters for an in-depth discussion in this video What is nesting and why should you nest?, part of Premiere Pro Guru: Adjustment Layers and Nesting.
- Like I mentioned in the intro movie,…nesting is simply putting one sequence…inside of another sequence.…And this is a technique that I use quite a bit.…I can use it to apply an effect…to a bunch of clips together,…or for multi-camera work.…And I find it most helpful to use nesting…as a way to organize my clips…in a logical way in the timeline.…It lets me see single clips rather than…a myriad of small edits that otherwise clutter my interface.…You can also use nesting to reprocess sequences.…
When you want to repeat a sequence,…say to add different looks to it,…you can create it and then nest it…to use as many times as you want.…In addition, you can use nesting…to create complex groupings and nested effects.…Let's go ahead and open sequence 1-1.…In here, you can see a series of clips…from Santo Domingo and the Dominican Republic.…You can see the city at night here at the beginning.…Followed by the Colonial City.…
Followed by two clips taken from El Mirador del Sur,…which is kind of, sort of, our Central Park.…And then finally, we have Punta Cana Beach.…
- 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 Intermediate
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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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