0 Replies Latest reply on Jan 23, 2012 3:30 PM by Stevedocmaker

    Help with corrupted nested sequences.


      First off, let me say that next project I'm going with Avid. 


      I have been using nested sequences as sparingly as possible on a long, complicated project, but the few that I have are prone to getting "corrupted" (this is the technical  term that Kevin Monahan from Adobe has used to describe what's happening).  So it's been recommended that I replace the corrupted sequence.  Sure I can just copy the material in the corrupted sequence and place it in a new sequence, but how can I do this without loosing my HOURS of edits with this nested sequence in my main timeline?



      Steve Keller