creteSubSequence() keeps main sequence track effects - How to get defaults?

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Oct 22, 2021 Oct 22, 2021

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Hi. When i use this method, i would like that the track's "effects" of the main sequence get back to their default in the subsequence.

 

For example, if i have a track with "audio track keyframe", the subsequence keep this settings, resulting in a double effect applied in the main sequence. Same thing if there is an audio track mix and probably all other track effects.

 

Is there a specific method to get their default?

Does "get/setSequenceSettings()" restore them to default?

 

Thanks!

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Adobe Employee , Oct 22, 2021 Oct 22, 2021
> Does "get/setSequenceSettings()" restore them to default? createSubsequence() doesn't do anything to the effects or keyframes applied, within the source sequence. There is no API for restoring any default values. 

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Oct 22, 2021 Oct 22, 2021

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> Does "get/setSequenceSettings()" restore them to default?

 

createSubsequence() doesn't do anything to the effects or keyframes applied, within the source sequence. There is no API for restoring any default values. 

 

 

 

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If in the main sequence i have edited the audio track volume (ie: -2db), in the subsequence i have the same edited audio track (-2db). So, when i go back and put the subsequence into the main sequence, i obtain a double edit, -4db.

Same thing if i apply to this audio track volume the keyframes, they are also present in the subsequence.

 

Or, if i lower a volume of an audio track with mixer panel, it will be lowered also in the subsequence, obtaining the same issue.

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The behavior you've described sounds By Design; you get the same results if you were to create the subsequence using PPro's UI (instead of API), right?

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Yes, right. It's the expected result because the API is the same thing as the UI, but it is the most convenient way to create a good nest, because there is not a "nest" API. But with this workaround, these things are not good in this case, so i'm looking for another workaround to reset them to default

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