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Premiere Pro Copy Paste **BS**

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Hi there,

 

i have been working with a very complex sequence withs lots of shots. All these shots were in Seq1, when i copied them from Seq1 to Seq2 i have noticed (after 6 hours of work) that those clips have fliped as shown on the pictures. First of all, how is this even possible? Could have i been involved in flipping it? It just made me waste 6 hours of my time...

 

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Premiere Pro Copy Paste **BS**

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Hi there,

 

i have been working with a very complex sequence withs lots of shots. All these shots were in Seq1, when i copied them from Seq1 to Seq2 i have noticed (after 6 hours of work) that those clips have fliped as shown on the pictures. First of all, how is this even possible? Could have i been involved in flipping it? It just made me waste 6 hours of my time...

 

Thanks for any response.

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Wow! Years of working with Premiere, copy & paste sections of sequences regularly, and never had that happen ... nor heard of it "here". Trying to puzzle out what could have happened.

 

Neil

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I dont know what could be the problem. I know that After Effects are select direction sensitive, however I have tried to select it from top to bottom and the other way around and still got the same effects. It is 2 am and I am not finished... Have been working on this project from almost 2 pm... Numerous Premiere Pro crashes, it almost seems like Adobe hates me.

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???

There have been feature requests for the ability to reorder track positions and you had it happen unwittingly!

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You know I do beta test new features even before they are out in alpha, beta or any other test. 😄

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what if you copy each track individually.  Maybe add a one frame slug at the beginning of each track and at the end of each track to make sure everything stays in synch...  am I making sense?  It's been a long day.

 

Frequent crashes may be a hint that something else is going on... do your sequence settings of both settings match?

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I have found the solution, simply drag and drop the Seq1 into Seq2, it works. 🙂 Normally I would copy and paste individual clips, however this times I would be working till morning.

 

Do you think my PC is the problem?

 

They do match.

 

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I've done some work dragging sequences into the other timeline panel, love pancake work. I just need to remind myself to think first when I want the "Nest or Not" sequence-as-nest button active or not before doing so. 

 

As sometimes, yea, I want the sequence nested into the other. And sometime, no, I want it as clips added into the second sequence.

 

Memory is not always on my side, but it's quick to redo at least ... 🙂

 

Neil

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