Creating a reusable element for my films

Community Beginner ,
Apr 19, 2021 Apr 19, 2021

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Hello all,

My question is: if I create a little title sequence, with video, musich, sound effects, graphics, etc, and want to use it multiple times, is there a way to save that seqence so it can be brought up again in another project?

Or do I have to export that as a finished .mp4 file and then just use that rendered/exported video file?

What happens to quality, if file is rendered out at full HD, but then brought back into a new project and goes through the render/export process again.

Will the quality of that file degrade being rendered out twice? What's the protocol here?

 

Thanks in advance

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Adobe Community Professional , Apr 19, 2021 Apr 19, 2021
Just import the project into your new project and select the sequence. That way you will have the sequence of the other project within your new project and thus you will not degrade the quality because it is still the original edition.

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Just import the project into your new project and select the sequence. That way you will have the sequence of the other project within your new project and thus you will not degrade the quality because it is still the original edition.

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Thank you, this makes sense, I tried it and it works. Of course you are now linking to files that most likely are stored in different places, but is ok.

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You're welcome! 

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Keep the sequence and then you can nest it in another sequence (just drag and drop the sequence into another sequence)

 

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If I understand, you are talking about within one single project? 

I am talking about a sequence from one project, being re used for another - a title sequence for example.

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Apr 23, 2021 Apr 23, 2021

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Not just a single project.

You can have multiple projects open at the same time and nest a sequence from one project into a sequence from another project.

 

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Apr 19, 2021 Apr 19, 2021

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This was you won't need to export anything.

Also, when you nest a sequence, if this sequence changes it will update where you nested it automatically. 🙂

 

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Apr 24, 2021 Apr 24, 2021

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Ah great, I understand and tried it out. Great! Didn't realise I could have multiple projects open at the same time.

Thanks very much!

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Pleasure to help! 😉

 

Marek Mularczyk
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