Yes, just copy and paste into their own sequences.
I tried that but it didn't work. But I got it resolved by cutting the videos into sections. When I produce the movies, I will adjust the workspace to accomodate each one. Thank you.
Keep in mind, you don't even have to use the "workspace" anymore. In your timeline, simply set an In and Out point, and then select menu Sequence > Render In to Out. I've hidden my workspace bar FOREVER! Yay! More real estate for my timelines!
I'm very inexperienced with this and don't understand what you mean. I didn't see a setting Render In and Out. In my CS6 version I see from the Sequence menu:
Render Effects in Work area
Render Entire Work Area
But when I get a chance I will look into this. I don't know what you mean by Workspace, I am able to claim almost the wholw width of my Screen for the timeline, and that is plenty for me. And my projects are pretty simple requiring only several tracks.
My mistake. I assumed Premiere Pro CC. Yes, you are following the correct workflow for CS6.
Also, I erroneously referred to the "work area" as the "workspace".
That "work area" has annoyed many an editor, and Pr CC finally introduces the option to turn it off altogether. In CC you can use simple IN and OUT points on the timeline and then render that area. It's more of an industry standard, and it saves vertical room on the timeline for sequences with many tracks (sometimes an entire second monitor is not enough to see all of my tracks without vertical scrolling). Or it gives you that much more room to see your Source and Program panels.
For what it's worth, that's what I was referring to. Sorry to confuse.
No problem. Thank you for the explanation.