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Dragging sequence to timeline from Project Panel not respecting in out points I have set. What's up?

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Sep 11, 2021 Sep 11, 2021

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Hi everybody,

I've not used PP for anything complicated in a while, so I'm not sure if I'm remembering correctly since I edited my last documentary in 2019.

If I set in and out points in the timeline inside a sequence, and then drag that sequence from the Project panel and into another sequence, isn't PP supposed to respect the in and out points that I set and just put that onto the timeline? I could swear it used to work like that.

Now when I drag my chapter sequences into my master sequence, PP is not respecting their in/out points. It's putting the whole sequence in, even with a lot of extra blank space at the end. This behaviour seems really weird to me...has something changed or is there possibly a setting I'm overlooking? I have about 40 little chapter sequences to put together on a timeline, and it seems like I can't do it the way I've always done.

Many thanks in advance for any advice!

Lori

 

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In the timeline panel, is the little sequence icon checked or unchecked? (blue/grey)

 

As that determines when you bring in another sequence if the behavior is you bring in the entire sequence as a sequence added on, or as simply a 'single clip' in nested form.

 

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