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Timeline (no sequences)

Explorer ,
Nov 04, 2021 Nov 04, 2021

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I opened up my project that I have saved several times, and the timeline says "no sequences". Maybe I just don't know how to use this?

 

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I've seen other posts about this, but with no definitive answers. What is going on? The timeline is kind of important to keep working on my project..

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Nov 04, 2021 Nov 04, 2021

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It just means you don't have any sequences open in the Timeline panel. Double click a sequence in the project panel and it will open there.

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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hi, sounds like you have not opened ANY sequences! Each file can have numerous sequences!

So look in your Project panel and double-click the sequence to open it... and everything should be okay!

hope this helps!

mark

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Explorer ,
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Strangely, two of my filenames got swapped for the project. I was lucky I looked up a tutorial file which I never saved, but my project's timeline was in there, but pointing to my other project's assets. Scary stuff. 

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Glad to hear that you worked it out!

Before I start any project I set up a working folder, and create Folders inside the main folder for "Media", "Images", "Audio" and "EXPORTS". Then I organize all the media within those folders so its easy and quick to find what I need!

 

Enjoy.

best,

mark

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