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Chapter 6. Creating a Sequence > Comparing Editing Methods

Comparing Editing Methods

You can add clips to a sequence in three ways. You can drag them to the Timeline window and assemble a sequence in a manner akin to splicing film (albeit much faster). Or you can use the Monitor window's editing controls, which is comparable to using an editing controller in a traditional video-editing suite (only much easier). Alternatively, you can use the Project window to plan the sequence in storyboard fashion and have Premiere Pro execute your plan automatically. Each method has its advantages, so it's to your benefit to learn them all.


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