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How to have one timeline talk to multiple sequences?

New Here ,
Nov 19, 2021 Nov 19, 2021

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At my old job we had one original timeline and then when we were finished we would go to a sequence named Youtube. It was nested, and formatted for YT and had that original timeline with all the edits, etc. We would export and boom, then we would go to the Facebook sequence, and it would be the original timeline but formatted for FB. 

 

 

How do i do this?

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It was nested, and formatted for YT

 

How do i do this?


By @Ricky217641083v7t

 

There is no need or requirement from YT to do that, you can upload lot´s of different frame sizes to YouTube. You are not limited to only one frame size.

 

The key is to start with a sequence, edit and export that. If your camera records 1920x1080, 30 fps that´s the sequence you want to use.

 

For FB, create a 1080x1080 sequence with a frame rate that mathces the original sequence and place the original sequence in that.

 

Another maybe more convinient way is to use the Auto Reframe feature: Automatically reframe video for different social media channels (adobe.com)

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The sequences all talked to the main sequence and were forammted differently, thats what I want. 

 

I know i can resize and YT allows different formats etc. I am not concerned with that. 

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The sequences all talked to the main sequence and were forammted differently, thats what I want.


By @Ricky217641083v7t

 

What you are looking for is called nested sequences. Here is some basic info and if you goole it you will find hours of reading and videos: How to nest a sequence in Premiere Pro | Adobe Premiere Pro tutorials

 

Nesting sequences is a powerful and useful feature in Premiere Pro. 🙂

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You have your original sequence. You create the Youtube sequence with any different formatting you want. Then you nest the original sequence in the Youtube sequence and make any other (scaling?) adjustments.

 

When you redo the original sequence, some things would still work, but you'd probably have to adjust the length of the nested original in the Youtube sequence etc.

 

Is that what you are looking for?

 

As with Averdahl, I'd wonder how much of this would be necessary with the additional export format tools.

 

Stan

 

 

 

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How do i create another sequence with the different formatting that is a nested sequence of the original?

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How do i create another sequence with the different formatting that is a nested sequence of the original?


By @Ricky217641083v7t

 

File > New > Sequence will create a new sequence for you, but you need to define the frame size, frame rate, etc.

 

How to nest a sequence in Premiere Pro | Adobe Premiere Pro tutorials

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