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Is there a way for PP to automatically create a sequence matching the TC of a bunch of clips and then place in that sequence at the corresponding TC?  Like "Auto-Sequence" in Avid.

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Is there a way for PP to automatically create a sequence matching the TC of a bunch of clips and then place in that sequence at the corresponding TC?  Like "Auto-Sequence" in Avid.

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Trying to figure out your question ... so you have a bunch of clips with jammed timecode, you want them to automagically be placed on a timeline (which is the multicam process in Premiere) ... and want the timeline to be the time-code of the clips, right?

 

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Hey Neil,  Let's say I have a bunch of clips.  The first clips TC is 10:14:07:00 and the following clips have TC starting after that.  I want to select all my clips, have PP create a sequence starting with 10:14:07:00 and for PP to place each clip in that sequence were the clip TC and sequence TC match.  It lays them out according to TC.  

 

 

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Select the clips and sort the clips in the bin by Media Start. Drag the clips to the New Item icon or right click on the clips and choose New Sequence From Clip. This works here.

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Thanks.  That just lays out all the clips back to back in a sequence.  Does not put them at their TC.

 

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I missed that part, sorry...

 

Then the answer is no, you cannot do it automatically. But inside Premiere Pro you can go to Help > Provide Feedback and comminucate your wish to the Premiere Pro team. 🙂

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Thanks for the clarification. I don't know of anyway to do that, but ... maybe someone else does ...

 

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