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Sequence into a sequence WITHOUT nesting

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Oct 11, 2022 Oct 11, 2022

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Hello, 

I create different Sequence without nesting them, 

then i start to edit just dropping this different sequence (because thery are different scene of the movie) 

and cutting them in the new timeline. 

 

Now i need to have back the original file, becuse there are different audio channel that i need to use...but 

i don't know how to do it. I know about the NESTING UN-NESTING button but i try it and it not works, 

maybe because the original sequence that i create aren't NESTED? 

 

THANK YOU for any help, becuse if i made a big mistake i'll have to replace evrything by hand. 

best

Federica

 

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Oct 11, 2022 Oct 11, 2022

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On the far left of the timeline there is a button :

nest as a sequence or individual clip (or someting simular).

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Hi Ann

thank you. I know that button but it doesn't work, 

i did not NAST the sequence i create. When i put the timeline in a new timeline with the bottom switch it doesn't work, so i wonder if is because my scene/sequence were not created by nesting 

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