I'm working on a set of images that can be used for my school's news calendar, made in Premiere Pro. They look like this:
However, since nested sequences don't have their own bins, I have to create a copy of the image and two Title objects. Is there a way to give them each their own bin, so I can copy and edit each one independent from each other? (If you're having trouble understanding my question, feel free to say so; I can elaborate more if needed).
I think maybe your terminology is throwing off what you are trying to say? I'm not sure what you mean by "bin." A bin in Premiere is basically just a folder you can create to organize your project. Almost nothing comes with its own bin unless you import a folder. And a nested sequence is basically a sequence inside another sequence.
You can simplify your job a little by having just one title per graphic. You can have multiple text boxes/fonts in a title page. That should cut the number of titles you need to copy in half.
Sorry if you knew all this; I am just unclear on what your issue is.
I didn't know I could have multiple text boxes in a single title slide, thanks for letting me know.
So this is what is happening right now:
I have a nested sequence, which uses two titles (although I now know that I can reduce that to one) and a picture. If I duplicate it, and make a nested sequence copy, the title and image files are not duplicated as well - so attempting to edit nested_seq2's title files also edits the first nested sequence.
Basically what I want is for the titles to automatically duplicate as well.
Just thought of this (I don't have access to Pr now): If I created a base nested sequence, and put it, along with the titles and images it uses, into a bin, could I duplicate the bin and have the file references in the nested sequence carry over as well?
Thanks for taking the time to answer this!