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May 15, 2013, 03:43 PM
So this is just a basic overview in how I use the "Pancake Sequence Method" in Premiere Pro to sort / work with my selects ... it can be just "blocks" of selects (like for themes or events in time or just shots that have to be/stay together) but also like pre-edits of scenes (a couple of shots) that I "copy" directly into my master sequence as I put them together in that selects sequence. Also it makes sense (for narrative work) to have#premiere pro#video editing#pancake sequence
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