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  • How to edit from a Sequence or Sequence Clip "with Content"?

    Hi All

    Could someone spare a moment to hand hold me through how to perform edits into a Target Sequence from existing Source Sequences and Sequence Clips so that the Target Sequence ends up with pointers to the contents (contained original clips) of the Source Sequence or Sequence Clip, rather than pointers to the Source Sequence or Sequence Clip itself?

    For example:
    Source Sequence "X" contains clips |1|2|3|4|5|
    Target Sequence "Y" contains clips |a|b|c|

    If I load source "X" into the source window, mark the region that contains |2| and |3|, and then insert edit that into target "Y" at an in point marked at |b| ... the result in "Y" would be:

    |a|2|3|b|c| and not |a|-X-|b|c|

    Thanks very much in advance
    Andy

  • #2
    Maybe I am missing something, but would not a simple copy and paste work for you?
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    • #3
      Yes that would be very fast.
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      • #4
        Not really P. When you create a "Sequence Clip" there is no way to view the contents as individual clips so there is nothing to "copy and paste" from.

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        • #5
          That's why you create sequence as in step on or 2 in this post:

          Then when you double click the sequence you see all the original clips and you can copy, paste, delete, trim , cc or what ever you like to do with the original clips.

          Read , try and learn......
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          • #6
            If you want to see clips, why create a sequence? Copy your clips 2&3, and then paste them where you like in the second sequence. And BTW, double clicking a sequence usually shows the individual clips.
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            • #7
              Pat while I explained it. Andy uses the set sequence in the bin.
              He is fighting EDIUS without trying to understand what we explain.

              You know that we call many things a sequence. I have to admit that it can be confusing. :D
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              • #8
                So are you confirming that the function to edit with contents from a Sequence Clip or from a Sequence loaded in the Source Viewer does not exist? If so, would it be acceptable for me to ask for that as a Feature Request? It's really very handy for folks trying to avoid master sequences full of otherwise nested sequences.

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                • #9
                  No I am confirming that you are not using the correct method of sequencing.
                  If you use the method I explained you will always have access to your original clips.
                  The function is already included.

                  Feature request for features that are already
                  included don't make a lot of sense.
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                  • #10
                    I wil pass your request to the correct department but I am almost certain what the answer will be.
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                    • #11
                      It is available. My point is that to do what you want, there is no need to create a separate sequence. I am all about speed. :-)
                      Sequences and clips are pretty interchangeable.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by GrassValley_SL View Post
                        I wil pass your request to the correct department but I am almost certain what the answer will be.
                        Thanks Steve, I can't ask for more than that. I appreciate that you do it despite what the answer will likely be.

                        Best
                        Andy

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