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Premiere SDK - programmatically move clip from one track to another

Community Beginner ,
Aug 10, 2020

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How would I programmatically move a video clip from one track to another, in a way that preserves everything such as the effects etc?

 

 

There isn't any API that allows for that.

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Premiere SDK - programmatically move clip from one track to another

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How would I programmatically move a video clip from one track to another, in a way that preserves everything such as the effects etc?

 

 

There isn't any API that allows for that.

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Aug 11, 2020

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There isn't any API that allows for that.

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Aug 21, 2020

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if i were to try and hack it with QE dom, is there a way?

 

specifically, i tried this 3 years ago - but im wondering if any internal functions have changed. to jog your memory, i actually had it working with QE, with everything except for effects - the issue was there wasnt a deep copy (or Clone()) method. i tried reflecting object and writing my own recursive deep copy but eventually gave up

 

has anything in the QE changed w.r.t. a function like that?

 

 

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No change.

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Oct 31, 2020

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This would be a very useful feature to have as I was hoping to create an extension that would automatically flatten my sequence to as few tracks as possible. 

 

Has this been added as a future feature request? If so, is there a way for us to track it online somewhere? Thank you!

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Yes, we've added your feature request: DVAPR-4227323. No, there is no way for you to track it online, but your email address is in the bug; we'll keep you informed of our progress.

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