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Peter Dexter
Create new sequence from work area bar
on May 6, 2013 at 12:20:14 pm

Hi
Is it possible to create a new sequence by using the work area?
I would like to be able to select an area from my timeline and create a new sequence from all the layers within the area.

I was doing this by dragging/selecting and then grouping layers and then pasting those layers into a new sequence. I am sure that there must be a better way of doing this. If you could select everything within the work area and create a sequence that way it would be great.
I did google it and use help but cannot seem to find anything.
Any help would be appreciated.

Cheers

Peter

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Kris Merkel
Re: Create new sequence from work area bar
on May 6, 2013 at 1:50:50 pm

A quick workaround would be to define you Work area, add edit on all tracks at the head and tail then select all the tracks and copy them into the ne sequence. Sounds like a lot but could be done very quickly.

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Paul Neumann
Re: Create new sequence from work area bar
on May 6, 2013 at 2:54:06 pm

Select the clips and nest them. Double click on the new nested sequence either in your timeline or project bin and the nest will open up as its own sequence. Rename or futz with it however you want.


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Peter Dexter
Re: Create new sequence from work area bar
on May 27, 2013 at 11:17:43 am

Thanks guys.
Apologies for the delay. Sort of helps. Not to fond of nested sequences though. Seems like I render the sequence then it has to all render again on the timeline from scratch every time a little change is made.
Anyway all is good now
Cheers

We spent all the budget on doughnuts and now we have no money to make our film.


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