How can I save a sub sequence, for use in other projects?
Sequences only "live" as metadata in a project. So you keep the project. You can import parts or all of one project into another. Either by using the Media Browser panel, and importing a previous project file or just selected sequences, or by opening the older project while a new one is also open, and copy/paste or drag a sequence from the older project panel to the newer one.
That woud be a very useful process. One of the recommended things done by some of the most organzied, bat-crazy fast editors I know is saving "template" projects. These have say a folder/bin structure organization, or certain assets, something like that which is useful when starting up new projects and getting to working fastest.
I know this is an ancient post, but thank you so much for sharing this. I'm a newish editor, and I've been struggling to speed up production when I need so many different little assets across clients. This is going to be a game changer. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
As a one-person shop, I've totally gone to a Prodution per year. As that way ALL my projects, including all my assets ... sound library, template sequences, everything ... are available for any other project throughout the year.
Would never go back to stand alone projects.