I want to use the "Insert and overwrite sequences as nests or individual clips" button. It's exactly what I've been looking for as I want to edit clips from one sequence into another whilst maintaining it as an individual clip in the new sequence (ie, not nesting).
However, I cannot see this button in the top right of my timeline. I've tried updating Adobe Premiere through creative cloud but to no avail...it's still not there.
Anyone know what could be wrong or where I can find it?
Thanks in advance. Jomee17
That feature is new to CC. You mention in your first post that you "tried updating through Creative Cloud." If you subscribe to the Cloud, you can download the new version. Note that it is not merely an update to CS6 but rather a new version with many new features.
Its function is limited to inserting one sequence into another. When set to Nest (icon shows single horizontal bar) the sequence is added as single nested track item; when it's set to Individual Clips (3 bars), the sequence is "exploded" so you can see each constituent clip.
Here's help page, which includes a tutorial video: http://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/edit-sequences-loaded-source -monitor.html