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I've reused a sequence without renaming it first. How do I retreive the original sequence? Since then I've done a lot of edits.

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retreiving reused sequence

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I've reused a sequence without renaming it first. How do I retreive the original sequence? Since then I've done a lot of edits.

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Rush is a non-destructive editor. Your edits in no way affect your original source footage.

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Thank you, that I understand.
I did a lot of work in a sequence, let's call it #1. Then I reused that sequence for another export, without renaming it first. So now #1 is different. How do I get sequence #1 back?

In the old days, when I used Premiere Pro, I could just use Timemachine. How do I retrieve a previous version of an edited sequence?

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