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How do I know a specific location of a nested and cut video in the primary timeline

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Scenario: 

I have a couple of cutted videos, they are all nested..

I have an instruction from my manager to cut a specific part (For example: from 5:22 minutes to 6:22)

I added a lot of extra media such as intro video and other stuff, so 5:22 isn't the same for me anymore.. 

I have to go into the nested video and check what is the original 5:22 - 6:22 part

 

The question:

How can I go to that nested video and mark 5:22 - 6:22 part and see where it is exactly on the whole timeline project?

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Correct answer by Mike Dziennik | Adobe Community Professional

If you add a 'sequence marker' with a duration (double click on it an adjust the duration control) on your nested timeline, it wil appear as a 'clip marker' on the parent timeline. Make sure you have "Show Clip Markers" enabled in the wrench menu.

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How do I know a specific location of a nested and cut video in the primary timeline

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Scenario: 

I have a couple of cutted videos, they are all nested..

I have an instruction from my manager to cut a specific part (For example: from 5:22 minutes to 6:22)

I added a lot of extra media such as intro video and other stuff, so 5:22 isn't the same for me anymore.. 

I have to go into the nested video and check what is the original 5:22 - 6:22 part

 

The question:

How can I go to that nested video and mark 5:22 - 6:22 part and see where it is exactly on the whole timeline project?

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Correct answer by Mike Dziennik | Adobe Community Professional

If you add a 'sequence marker' with a duration (double click on it an adjust the duration control) on your nested timeline, it wil appear as a 'clip marker' on the parent timeline. Make sure you have "Show Clip Markers" enabled in the wrench menu.

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Do you mean 5:22 of the nested sequence, or 5:22 of the current sequence with the various nests added?

 

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If you add a 'sequence marker' with a duration (double click on it an adjust the duration control) on your nested timeline, it wil appear as a 'clip marker' on the parent timeline. Make sure you have "Show Clip Markers" enabled in the wrench menu.

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Thanks, that did it for me!

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