Terminology is important in getting help.
Generally, Sequence and Timeline are considered synonymous.
You add clips to a Sequence or Timeline.
You can also add a Sequence to another Sequence (nesting).
A sequence can also be a bundle of information (just like a clip is),in order, in life outside of the Pr. I'm sorry joey.
In this case I mean vid clip (named sequence). Tips on getting a smart workflow. Thanks
I still have no idea what you are asking.
Is working on each clip seperately in the timeline and then putting them together better, than working on all 30 clips together in the timeline. The end result will be a 45 min movie. (Pr first then dropping it in Ae) What's the most effective way?
Not exactly sure what you mean by:
"working on each clip separately in the timeline"
"working on all 30 clips together in the timeline"
If you are asking if it is most efficient to create 30 different Sequences
from each of your 30 clips before editing them together into a single
Sequence (your 45 minute video)... the answer is no.
If your end result will be a 45 minute video created by using parts of
the 30 clips you mention, then you should edit the 30 clips together
in the order and timing you want in a single Timeline/Sequence.
Then you can send the Sequence to After Effects via Dynamic Link,
or you can import your Premiere Sequence into Ae.