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Felix Gorbach
Import issue with jpeg sequences that are nested in Folders
on Oct 18, 2013 at 6:27:59 pm

Dear Premiere Gurus,
I have a little workflow issue. Made a nice timelapse with the GoPro cam. It recorded a single frame every minute. Those frames are nested in a lot of different folders sorted by date.

In Premiere, when there is no jpeg sequence, it`s very easy to import the root folder and every movie is in the right folder and it´s not an issue to strart roughcutting.

But with imagesequences - as far as I know - every imagesequence has to be imported as jpeg sequence on its own. So the similar workflow is just not possible - as far as I know... When I imprort the root folder, every single frame is imported - and not the sequences....

For 20 sequences thats just clickwork - but for hundrets of them (as in my project) I will spend a day to import every single sequence on it´s own...

Maybe there is a solution for this?

Thanks for your advice,


Felix


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Chris Gunningham
Re: Import issue with jpeg sequences that are nested in Folders
on Oct 19, 2013 at 11:50:43 am

Don't think you can do it without clickwork in premiere. You could use After Effects to import multiple files using a script such as immigration http://aescripts.com/immigration/
You could then import the ae comp(s) into premiere.

Chris Gunningham
Online/VFX Editor

Any opinions expressed are solely my own.


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Felix Gorbach
Re: Import issue with jpeg sequences that are nested in Folders
on Oct 20, 2013 at 4:51:01 pm

Thanks Chris,
It works with immigration, even in CS6 perfectly.

Thanks to all the folks on Creative Cow - you are awsome


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Chris Gunningham
Re: Import issue with jpeg sequences that are nested in Folders
on Oct 21, 2013 at 8:50:27 pm

Glad to be of help, Thanks for taking time to report back.

Chris Gunningham
Online/VFX Editor

Any opinions expressed are solely my own.


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