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Ken KeisoHow to view multiple Sequences in Program monitor
by on Sep 7, 2016 at 7:50:10 am

Hey there,

So I'm currently editing on a project that will have 5 different clips viewed on 5 different screens.
I was wondering if there was anyway to have the five sequences (or even just two sequences) preview in the Program window?
This is just so I can be sure they all look and run nicely together. I've tried to mess around with Multi-Cam with no luck unfortunately.

Any help is appreciated,
Thanks,
Ken


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Alex UdellRe: How to view multiple Sequences in Program monitor
by on Sep 7, 2016 at 1:10:16 pm

Hey....

seems like multicam would be a perfect way to preview this.

Remember though that Multicam doesn't use the source monitor...

but the multi-up view attached to the program monitor when a nest sequecne is designated as multicam mode

and the viewer is enabled with the wrench tool.

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Paul NeumannRe: How to view multiple Sequences in Program monitor
by on Sep 7, 2016 at 8:58:05 pm



Four spots at once. Selected the sequences in the Project bin, created a multicam clip based on in point, used multicam clip to create new sequence and there you have it.


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Craig HowardRe: How to view multiple Sequences in Program monitor
by on Sep 8, 2016 at 5:05:39 am

Create a Simple Picture in Picture Sequence from 5 Nests to use as a preview

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Jamie PickellRe: How to view multiple Sequences in Program monitor
by on Sep 8, 2016 at 4:52:03 pm

I had a similar situation on a previous project. I ended up having five timelines, one for each screen. I then imported the Sequences into After Effects using Dynamic Link. I created a comp in After Effects whereby I placed the 5 screens in the positions they would be for the museum display. This allowed me to see how my images were playing with each other along with the music and narration. I could bounce back to Premiere to make a change on a timeline and it would auto update in After Effects. It also allowed me to export the comp from After Effects so that the client could see how the five screens played together.

Jamie


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Craig HowardRe: How to view multiple Sequences in Program monitor
by on Sep 8, 2016 at 9:44:15 pm

Nested P in Ps inside PPro are far more immediate and provide realtime (playback) during editing stage


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