When nesting sequences keep in mind the following You cant nest a sequence

When nesting sequences keep in mind the following you

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When nesting sequences, keep in mind the following: You can’t nest a sequence within itself. Actions involving a nested sequence may require additional processing time, because nested sequences can contain references to many clips, and Adobe Premiere Pro applies the actions to all of its component clips. A nested sequence always represents the current state of its source. Changing the content of the source sequence is reflected in the content of nested instances. Duration is not directly affected. A nested sequence clip’s initial duration is determined by its source. This includes empty space at the beginning of the source sequence, but not empty space at the end.
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ADOBE PREMIERE PRO 2.0 User Guide 149 You can set a nested sequence’s In and Out points as you would other clips. Subsequently changing the source sequence’s duration, however, does not affect the duration of existing nested instances. To lengthen the nested instances and reveal material added to the source sequence, use standard trimming methods. Conversely, a shortened source sequence causes the nested instance to contain black video and silent audio (which you may need to trim off the nested sequence). To nest a sequence in another sequence Drag a sequence from the Project panel or Source Monitor into the appropriate track or tracks of the active sequence, or use any of the editing methods for adding a clip. To open the source of a nested sequence Double-click a nested sequence clip. The source of the nested sequence becomes the active sequence. To reveal a source frame from a nested sequence If you want to reveal a clip in a nested sequence (for example, to edit it), you can quickly open the source sequence at the exact frame you want to reveal. 1 In the Timeline panel, drag the current-time indicator to the frame that you want to reveal in its original sequence. 2 Press Shift+T to open the source sequence in the Timeline panel, with the current-time indicator at the frame you specified in the nested sequence. 3 Double-click the clip where the current-time indicator rests to open the clip in the Source Monitor. Subclips About subclips A subclip is a section of a master (source) clip that you want to edit and manage separately in your project. You can use subclips to organize long media files. You work with subclips in the Timeline panel like you do a master clip. Trimming and editing a subclip is constrained by its start and end points, but you can adjust it to include more or less of the master clip. Subclips reference the master clip’s media file. If you delete or take a master clip offline and keep its media on disk, the subclip and its instance remain online. If you take the original media off disk, the subclip and its instances go offline. If you relink a master clip, its subclips remain linked to the original media.
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