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Workflow for many sequences

Feb 28, 2013 3:37 AM

Tags: #clips #titles #sequences

Hello,

I am making many (100+) short educational movies. They are of four different categories, each has its "design", that is the background is similar, titles are the same and the content is in the same order.

Some of the titles and clips are also shared between the movies in the different categories.

Now I put all sequenses in one project, I just wanted to check with you pros, if this is the best way of handling a project like this?

 

Also - if I have let say 1 min part of a clip in a sequence, and want to use that clip (with titles and everything) once again in that sequence - is there a more simple way of handeling this, than - as I do now - cutting out the part, copy the part, and pasting it where I want the "replay" to be?

 

 

Thanks in advance,

Håkan

 
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  • joe bloe premiere
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    Feb 28, 2013 5:53 AM   in reply to HakanErn

    Now I put all sequenses in one project, is this is the best way of handling a project like this?

    Absolutely... that's what Premiere is built to do.

    ...is there a more simple way of handeling this, than - as I do now - cutting out the part, copy the part, and pasting it where I want the "replay" to be?

     

    You can lasso select the clip(s) in the timeline you want

    to duplicate (video and/or audio), then Alt-Drag the

    selected clips to duplicate them within your sequence.

     
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    Feb 28, 2013 6:24 AM   in reply to HakanErn

    To lasso-select clips in your timeline, left-click with the selection tool

    and drag a boundary box around the clips you want.

     
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