Why nest sequences?


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Why nest sequences?

There are many reasons to nest your sequences inside of each other. And each of them gives you a new shortcut a new way of getting from A to B in your edit that is more efficient than the repetitive editing that you'd have to do keeping the clips separate on their own. Essentially, nesting is putting one sequence inside another sequence. And the kind of things you can do are, for example here, I've got several clips one after another and they're from the same location. They're from the same scene.

And let's say that I'm happy with the general look of them, but I want to apply an overall look change. I want to do something to them that's going to look unique to the program I'm working on. So, I can just put this sequence inside another one and then I can throw on an effect that applies to all of these one after another. And I make one set of changes instead of multiple changes I'm creating an overall look for my program perhaps even a grad...

Why nest sequences?
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Why nest sequences? provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Maxim Jago as part of the Compositing with Premiere Pro CS5.5

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