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Chapter 6. Creating a Sequence > Nesting Sequences

Nesting Sequences

You use the same techniques to nest a sequence as you use to add a clip to a sequence. You can drag and drop the sequence from the Project window or open the sequence in the source view and add it from there. No matter how many clips and tracks a sequence contains, it appears as a single linked clip when you nest it in another sequence. Once it's nested, you can edit the sequence like any other clip; you can move and trim it, apply speed changes and filters, adjust its audio and transparency levels, apply motion settings, and so on. Any alterations you make to the content of the source sequence are instantly reflected in its related nested sequences. Not only can you nest a sequence as many times and in as many sequences as you want, but you can also nest them to any depth, like Russian dolls. Nesting lets you group elements and create hierarchies to get effects you couldn't achieve any other way.


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