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Copy elements from one project to another in Premiere Rush

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Not that I am aware of, but you can have more than one timeline (sequence) in a single project, so that you can use the same material in a different edit or version of an edit, adding additional source material as needed - does that help?

If you want to make a difference version of a timeline (sequence) you can find the sequence in Project Assets drawer and, clicking on the row of dots next to its name, choose duplicate from the drop down menu.

Now you will have two independent sequences to work with.

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Copy elements from one project to another in Premiere Rush

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Is there a way to copy elements from one project and paste in another?

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Not that I am aware of, but you can have more than one timeline (sequence) in a single project, so that you can use the same material in a different edit or version of an edit, adding additional source material as needed - does that help?

If you want to make a difference version of a timeline (sequence) you can find the sequence in Project Assets drawer and, clicking on the row of dots next to its name, choose duplicate from the drop down menu.

Now you will have two independent sequences to work with.

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Not that I am aware of, but you can have more than one timeline (sequence) in a single project, so that you can use the same material in a different edit or version of an edit, adding additional source material as needed - does that help?

If you want to make a difference version of a timeline (sequence) you can find the sequence in Project Assets drawer and, clicking on the row of dots next to its name, choose duplicate from the drop down menu.

Now you will have two independent sequences to work with.

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Thanks, Meg

I guess that will help in future productions.  Good to know.  That way...when producing several versions of a movie where some of the content will be the same...that is a great solution.

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Shane

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