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Replace Clip with Nested Sequence?

Engaged ,
Oct 04, 2020

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In After Effects, there's a great little option called "Replace with Precomp." It allows you to nest a video file into its own sequence and all instances of that video clip's use refer to that new nest. That way, you can apply an adjustment layer or effects to that clip once instead of every time you refer to that clip. 

 

In Premiere it would be awesome if there was a feature that allowd you to do the same - right clicking on the footage in the bin and selecting "Replace with Nested Sequence" would speed up my workflow dramatically. Similarly to After Effects, it would allow you to apply a LUT once to a clip, no matter how many times the clip appears. 

 

Does anyone have a work around for making that happen? 

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Replace Clip with Nested Sequence?

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In After Effects, there's a great little option called "Replace with Precomp." It allows you to nest a video file into its own sequence and all instances of that video clip's use refer to that new nest. That way, you can apply an adjustment layer or effects to that clip once instead of every time you refer to that clip. 

 

In Premiere it would be awesome if there was a feature that allowd you to do the same - right clicking on the footage in the bin and selecting "Replace with Nested Sequence" would speed up my workflow dramatically. Similarly to After Effects, it would allow you to apply a LUT once to a clip, no matter how many times the clip appears. 

 

Does anyone have a work around for making that happen? 

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The work around I've used in the past is extremely time consuming:

https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro/replace-clip-with-sequence-error/td-p/10218133?page=1

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