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How it's possible to keep the playhead at same position in all sequences? (same as in Aftereffects)

New Here ,
Sep 14, 2018

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Hello,

I am working on different Sequences, which are parallel in time (because variations and footage parts of the same video).

To compare I would need the playhead being always synchronously at the same framenumber.

In AfterEffects this is standard.

At least I am searching for Premiere the possibility to have it like in After Effects in all opened sequences at the same framenumber

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often I need also to the contrary in AfterEffects, where I do NOT want the playhead to leave its position when working on another part of the sequence at a different framenumber.

Thanks for help.

p.s. Multicam would be no solution for my need, this is way too simple for my task

Premiere Pro has no such capability.

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How it's possible to keep the playhead at same position in all sequences? (same as in Aftereffects)

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Hello,

I am working on different Sequences, which are parallel in time (because variations and footage parts of the same video).

To compare I would need the playhead being always synchronously at the same framenumber.

In AfterEffects this is standard.

At least I am searching for Premiere the possibility to have it like in After Effects in all opened sequences at the same framenumber

AND

often I need also to the contrary in AfterEffects, where I do NOT want the playhead to leave its position when working on another part of the sequence at a different framenumber.

Thanks for help.

p.s. Multicam would be no solution for my need, this is way too simple for my task

Premiere Pro has no such capability.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Have yo tried ganging reference and program monitor?

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Premiere Pro has no such capability.

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Hi,

that's quite sad it can't...

I'm fighting with that problem especially with komplex music editing, where a lot things are parallel in time.

The reference and programm monitor are of course synchronous, but it's no help, when I have about 10 different scenes to compare.

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