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Lesson 10. Advanced Editing Two: Nested ... > Understanding nested sequences

Understanding nested sequences

When creating duplicate clips, you make a number of clips from a single source clip. When creating nested sequences, you create a single clip from a specified area of a Timeline from another sequence, which can include any number of clips. A nested sequence can include multiple clips, tracks, effects, and transitions. It can be reused in a project any number of times. Premiere treats a nested sequence as a single clip, so you can edit it and apply settings as you would to a source clip. By using nested sequences to organize and group sequences, you can save time editing complex video programs.

Multiple sequences (A) can be combined into a nested sequence (B).


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