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  • Sequences

    We have a few different ways to create a sequence and depending on how you create them they will allow you do different things.

    1 We have a timeline which we call a sequence
    2 You can make a now sequence of part of a timeline which is called sequence as a sequence

    (mark in an out and choose add to bin a sequence.
    or select the clips and chose and selected clips to bin)

    These 2 sequences will always give you the ability to go back to the original clips which are in the sequence.
    You can create them in the bin or timeline.

    If you want a group of clips in a sequence for which you need to have access to the original clips you can do the following .
    In the bin right click
    add new timeline sequence
    double click it and will open as a new tab.
    Add the clips on the timeline and the close it.
    Now you have a sequence in the bin which can be used as a clip on the timeline which always gives you the ability to have access to the original clips by double clicking it.
    Renaming of this clip is done in the sequence settings.

    So depending on your needs you can choose the correct sequence for use in your editing.
    (remember that any timeline can be use as a clip in another timeline)

    Then we have another feature in the bin where you can select multiple clips and use the set sequence command in the bin.
    This sequence following EDIUS rules is made out of clips that you have modified the in and out and want to thread them as one clip without the need to access the clips them self often during the editing process.
    Most spanned clips will show up as such a sequence. (from camcorders) if you need have access to individual clips you need to cancel the sequence.

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  • #2
    Thanks Steve. The Set Sequence command seems very useful for long GOP footage.
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    • #3
      Hey Bassman

      "Set as Sequence" can be great for working with multiple contiguous clips (such as you get with tapeless media ingest) if you prefer to handle them more like a traditionally ingested "reel" of footage ... the sequence clip takes it's timecode from the first clip, so if the selected clips have continuos timecode then that timecode is also the same for the Sequence (which is great of your media happens to be logged/transcribed) .. and if not then of course you can always choose to show the "original" timecode display to see the timecode from the contained source. And a huge advantage of these virtual sequence clips is that they carry and display audio waveform data in the the timeline just like a regular clip, which is something a sequence within a sequence otherwise does not do. It's very cool.



      • #4
        Great. I will use this a lot as it really helps for multicam to have one seamless clip per camera.
        Asus PrimeZ690A - Intel i9 13900K - 32GB RAM - NVidia GTX1070 - Edius X WG - BM Intensity 4k - Boris RED - Vitascene 2 - Windows 11