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    CS 3 Clip Management, Organization and Arrangement


    Set-up: I currently have a project timeline open with 4 HDV clips that have already been edited to taste.

    Goal: within the same project in addition to the "master", create/open a new sequence for each of those clips which will retain my edits.

    Result: There will be a master sequence containing all 4 clips and 4 more sequences containing each clip separately.

    End Game: That will/should allow me to import each of those clips individually into new projects as needed.

    Please, how do I accomplish the above?

    If I can find out how to clone a sequence by making another one exactly like the source, it could be placed (with a different sequence #) within the same project and manipulated from there which will work too.

    A simple copy and paste doesn’t seem to work.

    Thank you.
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    Originally Posted by Canon GL-2 Guy View Post
    CS 3 Clip Management, Organization and Arrangement


    Set-up: I currently have a project timeline open with 4 HDV clips that have already been edited to taste.

    Goal: within the same project in addition to the "master", create/open a new sequence for each of those clips which will retain my edits.

    Result: There will be a master sequence containing all 4 clips and 4 more sequences containing each clip separately.

    End Game: That will/should allow me to import each of those clips individually into new projects as needed.

    Please, how do I accomplish the above?

    If I can find out how to clone a sequence by making another one exactly like the source, it could be placed (with a different sequence #) within the same project and manipulated from there which will work too.

    A simple copy and paste doesn’t seem to work.

    Thank you.

    Copy and paste works alright.

    In the master sequence using the selection tools together with the shift key select the clips in the timeline that you would like to copy to the new sequence, right click then copy. Then click the new sequence press ctrl+v to paste the copied clips, that's it! Do the same thing for the other 3 sequences.
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