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Can I have more than one timeline in a single project?

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When I open a project in Davinci Resolve, I sometimes have 4 or 5 timelines in a single project. Can I do the same in Premiere? That is, have 4 or 5 timelines with different videos and sounds?
For example: in a timeline have an edited music video. In another timeline a video of a recording of a game, etc.

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The sequences are listed in the project panel, double click to open.

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Can I have more than one timeline in a single project?

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When I open a project in Davinci Resolve, I sometimes have 4 or 5 timelines in a single project. Can I do the same in Premiere? That is, have 4 or 5 timelines with different videos and sounds?
For example: in a timeline have an edited music video. In another timeline a video of a recording of a game, etc.

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The sequences are listed in the project panel, double click to open.

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Naturally. Most pro projects have several to quite a few sequences.

 

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And how do I get to have several timelines at the same time? At Davinci it is very easy to find. Where is that option in premiere?

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The sequences are listed in the project panel, double click to open.

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You simply create sequences as you choose. As noted, they are then (as with any other asset of the project) shown in the project panel, where you organize things into bins according to your wishes.

 

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and when I start work each day (if I've had enough coffee and am not too hung over - just kidding) I duplicate my sequence so I can easily refer to the previous days work if I screw something up in the latest sequence (it happens, even to me).  I sometimes have 30 or 40 copies by the time I'm done...  

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