When I open a Master Timeline (one I use every week) the 12 sequences I have created are either jumbled, missing, or there are just a few. Not sure if there is a fix for this, but it is annoying.
Open an auto save or a backup project.
Same issue. Attached is the timeline that was autosaved. My segments are 1A to 1E / Master / 2A to 2E. if they would stay in order, my life would be much easier!
Hola, si las secuencias, no se abren como te gustaría, ordénalas como debían estar y guarda un espacio de trabajo personalizado, así se abrirán todas las secuencias de modo correcto.
I have done this as well. For some reason, it doesn't matter how I save the project...it opens different every time.
I am not sure what you are reporting.
Are you saying that you have nested sequences in a sequence called "master timeline" and that the nested sequences change order after closing a project and re-opening?
Not nested sequences, it is a master premiere pro project I use every week for a 60 minute national t.v. show. On the master timeline of that project, I have 10 sequences for each segment of the show. Each week I open the master project in premiere and the sequences are out of order. They should be 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E, 2A, 2B, etc. It's just a pain and I don't understand why it doesn't stay in the order I saved it.
Thanks for the clarification.
Those sorts of details are important. It's annoying when software developers don't pay attention to things like that.
I have reported other such details - Adobe doesn't generally acknowledge or respond to these sorts of things. But one can hope.
As I understand, PPro preserves the sequences of the last opened project. So, if you open a project with only one sequence, close it, and then open your national tv show project, only one sequence will be opened in the timeline.
This is a workaround: put all your sequences by order in one bin in the project panel, when you open the project, in the timeline, right click on the name of the sequence that you want to keep as first > close other timeline panels:
In the Project panel, select the sequences in the right order (if they are ordered numerically, just press ctrl+a for select all), right click > Open in Timeline, and you are done:
The whole operation would take 4-5 seconds really: close other timeline panels, select sequences in project panel > open in timeline.