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Scott Clements
How do you copy and paste from one sequence to another?
on Mar 11, 2015 at 1:07:23 am

This is what I need to do: copy and paste several edits from one sequence to another. I do not want to match frame and then edit back in. I need to take a complex series of edits and cut them back into a new sequence. Loading the sequence from the project pane into the source monitor and editing in is not a solution either, because when I do this, it doesn't maintain the structure of the edits - it seems to turn it into one clip. Please, how do you copy and paste, like in FCP 7?

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Joe Barta IV
Re: How do you copy and paste from one sequence to another?
on Mar 11, 2015 at 1:54:59 pm

Highlight all the clips you want in one sequence, copy (Command C). Go to your other sequence and paste (Command V) or (Shift Command V) if you want to put it in the middle of the sequence and shove everything down the timeline to the right.

Pay attention to to what tracks you have targeted. the blue/yellow highlights on the the V1, V2, A1, A2, etc. That is the tracks it will start placing you paste on.

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Scott Clements
Re: How do you copy and paste from one sequence to another?
on Mar 11, 2015 at 2:26:48 pm

Thanks. That's what I thought I was doing...and it wasn't working, but now it seems to be. Not sure what was preventing it...I had the tracks selected as you mentioned.

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