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Bring a video to front

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Hi

I'm new to Premiere Pro, apologies if this is a simple question. When editing multiple clips, is there a way of seeing one video on top of another, without moving it to a higher channel?

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Bring a video to front

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Hi

I'm new to Premiere Pro, apologies if this is a simple question. When editing multiple clips, is there a way of seeing one video on top of another, without moving it to a higher channel?

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The top of the timeline will always override what’s underneath unless you trim, cut or change the opacity of the top layer.

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Rob answered correctly ... and the short answer: no. Because of Rob's answer.

 

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