Nest premiere pro что это

Обновлено: 25.11.2022

Nesting clips in Premiere Pro allows you to use an entire sequence as a clip. When used correctly, nesting clips is a great way to save time and cut down on complexity in your video editing.

A common use of nesting in Premiere Pro is to combine a series of short sequences into one master sequence. This is especially useful if you’re working with a long-format project (multiple acts, for instance) or a project that naturally falls into different sections (perhaps a series of interviews). By doing each section in its own nested sequence, the project may become more manageable.

Nesting is also useful if you’ve created a series of videos that need to be combined for final delivery. For instance, say you’re working on a project that consists of three unique videos. The client may want you to deliver each stand-alone video, as well as one “master video” that plays each back to back. Nesting sequences in Premiere Pro into a master sequence would be very handy for this!

Assembling Sequences Into a Master

  1. Ready for Work
  2. Office
  3. After Work

I select the Ready for Work sequence and drop it onto the New Item icon (highlighted below). This creates a new sequence that matches my setting of the first sequence. I rename this duplicate sequence Master.

Opening up the Master sequence, you’ll see the Ready for Work sequence is green (see below). This is a visual sign to signify that it is currently nested. Now, if you want to make changes to Ready for Work while it is nested in the Master sequence , you simply have to double-click it. It will then open it up in its original Premiere Pro sequence.

Here’s the clip nested in the Master sequence.

Nesting in Premiere Pro: Nested in Master Sequence

And now it’s editable following a simple double-click.

Nesting in Premiere Pro: Editable Once Double Clicked

Now we’ll drag the the other two sequences into the Master sequence. As these sequences are now nested, they too will appear as clips in the Master sequence.

Nesting in Premiere Pro: Nested All Together

Nesting in Premiere Pro is a great tool for streamlining a long project. It’s also great for combining more effects to a clip than is usually possible. Here’s how to use it.

When working with Premiere Pro, especially on longer or more complicated projects, there can be times where there is simply too much going on in your sequence. Things may get cluttered and difficult to navigate and you’d like to clean things up. Or you may have clips you’ve already used effects like speed/duration on that you’d still like to doctor with effects like Warp Stabilizer. Whatever the reason, the Nest option can be your best friend.

Nesting in itself isn’t very difficult to use. In fact, it’s amazingly simple. It can also clean up your sequences and allow you more options. Here are a few tricks you can try. Just follow these steps!

Nesting Clips Already in a Sequence

With nesting, you’re not confined to only bringing sequences into sequences. You can also nest a series of clips in a current sequence to break your edit up into smaller chunks and make it more manageable.

To nest clips in your Premiere Pro sequence, first highlight the clips. Then, right-click them and choose Nest. When you do this, these clips are automatically converted into a new sequence.

Nesting in Premiere Pro: Right-Click and Choose Nest

Rename the sequence in the project to something more descriptive than “Nested Sequence 01.” Double-click to step into the nest and work on those clips.

Nesting in Premiere Pro: Clips Nested in Sequence

Nesting is useful if you want to apply an effect to a group of clips. You can drop an effect onto a nested sequence in a Premiere pro timeline. To modify an effect put on a nested sequence, drag the sequence to the source window. Then, in the source window, adjust the effect settings in the Effects Control panel.

Nesting, when used correctly, can be a big timesaver in your post-production workflow. It also helps you stay organized, which, as you know, helps you stay sane.

Word to the wise, however — when done haphazardly (misplacing clips in nested sequences, timing issues, etc.), nesting can quickly become a train wreck. As with any aspect of video editing, it pays to be methodical. If you’re going to nest clips or sequences while video editing, make it work for you!

Remember, whenever you’ve got a question about video editing, the PremiumBeat blog probably has the answer! Be sure to browse our Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X, and After Effects archives for new ways to improve your video editing workflow.

Got any Premiere Pro tips to share with the community? Let us know in the comments below!

This sample file is an Adobe Stock asset you can use to practice what you learn in this tutorial. If you want to use the sample file beyond this tutorial, you can purchase a license on Adobe Stock. Check out the ReadMe file in the folder for the terms that apply to your use of this sample file.

What you learned: Use a sequence as a source clip

What is sequence nesting?

Place one sequence in another sequence to nest it. This lets you apply effects and edit the nested sequence as a single clip rather than modifying the multiple clips inside it.

Nested sequences continue to be editable.

Changes made to the nested sequence update dynamically in the other sequence.

Nest a sequence

Make sure that the Insert And Overwrite Sequences As Nest Or Individual Clips button in the Timeline is enabled.

To nest a sequence in another sequence, use the same editing techniques you might use to edit a clip into the sequence, including those described below.

Create a nested sequence from clips already in a sequence

  1. Select the clips you want to include in the new nested sequence.
  2. Right-click the selected clips, and choose Nest.
  3. Enter a name for the new sequence, and click OK.

The new nested sequence replaces the selected clips in the current sequence and appears in the Project panel.

Open a nested sequence to edit it

Nested sequences are still regular, editable sequences that you can open by double-clicking:

  • Double-click the sequence in the Project panel.
  • Double-click the nested sequence clip in the Timeline.

Edit the contents of a sequence into another sequence

If the Insert And Overwrite Sequences As Nest Or Individual Clips button in the Timeline is disabled, editing a sequence into another sequence causes the individual clips to be added.

Tip: Put all the clips for a scene into a sequence, and use that sequence as a source clip for your main sequence. This way, sequences can provide a new way to explore your footage.

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Вы научитесь использовать последовательность в качестве исходного клипа

Что такое встраивание последовательности?

Встраивание — это помещение одной последовательности в другую. Этот метод позволяет применять эффекты и редактировать вложенную последовательность как один клип, а не изменять несколько клипов внутри нее.

Вложенные последовательности доступны для редактирования.

Изменения, внесенные во вложенную последовательность, динамически применяются к другой последовательности.

Встраивание последовательности

Убедитесь, что на временной шкале включена кнопка «Вставить и перезаписать последовательности как вложенные или отдельные клипы».

Для встраивания одной последовательности в другую используются те же методы, что и для редактирования клипа в последовательности, в том числе описанные ниже.

Создание вложенной последовательности из клипов, уже находящихся в этой последовательности

  1. Выберите клипы, которые необходимо включить в новую вложенную последовательность.
  2. Нажмите правой кнопкой мыши выбранные клипы и выберите «Встроить».
  3. Введите имя новой последовательности и нажмите «ОК».

Новая вложенная последовательность заменяет выбранные клипы в текущей последовательности и отображается на панели «Проект».

Открытие вложенной последовательности для редактирования

Вложенную последовательность можно открыть для редактирования двойным нажатием:

  • Дважды нажмите последовательность на панели «Проект».
  • Дважды нажмите клип вложенной последовательности на временной шкале.

Сохранение изменений одной последовательности в другой

Если на временной шкале отключена кнопка «Вставить и перезаписать последовательности как вложенные или отдельные клипы», то при редактировании одной последовательности в другую последовательность добавляются отдельные клипы.

Совет. Поместите все клипы для сцены в последовательность и используйте эту последовательность в качестве исходного клипа для основной последовательности. Таким образом, с помощью последовательностей можно просматривать отснятый материал.

This sample file is an Adobe Stock asset you can use to practice what you learn in this tutorial. If you want to use the sample file beyond this tutorial, you can purchase a license on Adobe Stock. Check out the ReadMe file in the folder for the terms that apply to your use of this sample file.

What you learned: Use a sequence as a source clip

What is sequence nesting?

Place one sequence in another sequence to nest it. This lets you apply effects and edit the nested sequence as a single clip rather than modifying the multiple clips inside it.

Nested sequences continue to be editable.

Changes made to the nested sequence update dynamically in the other sequence.

Nest a sequence

Make sure that the Insert And Overwrite Sequences As Nest Or Individual Clips button in the Timeline is enabled.

To nest a sequence in another sequence, use the same editing techniques you might use to edit a clip into the sequence, including those described below.

Create a nested sequence from clips already in a sequence

  1. Select the clips you want to include in the new nested sequence.
  2. Right-click the selected clips, and choose Nest.
  3. Enter a name for the new sequence, and click OK.

The new nested sequence replaces the selected clips in the current sequence and appears in the Project panel.

Open a nested sequence to edit it

Nested sequences are still regular, editable sequences that you can open by double-clicking:

  • Double-click the sequence in the Project panel.
  • Double-click the nested sequence clip in the Timeline.

Edit the contents of a sequence into another sequence

If the Insert And Overwrite Sequences As Nest Or Individual Clips button in the Timeline is disabled, editing a sequence into another sequence causes the individual clips to be added.

Tip: Put all the clips for a scene into a sequence, and use that sequence as a source clip for your main sequence. This way, sequences can provide a new way to explore your footage.

Nest Several Clips and Layers Together

A Quick Guide to Nesting in Premiere Pro - Nest clips together

Highlight the clip or clips that you’d like to nest. Make sure they are all next to each other. You can also highlight layers and elements above and below (audio too) to include in your nest.

Once you have them highlighted, right-click on one part of it to bring up the Options menu. Scroll up or down (it should be in the middle) to the Nest option. It will bring up a dialogue box to name your nest (it defaults to Nest Sequence 01, etc…).

You should see your new nested sequence in your project folder and as a new sequence. It will show up on your original sequence as a single green-tinted clip. Nice and clean.

Add Additional Effects on Your Clips

A Quick Guide to Nesting in Premiere Pro - Warp Error

Now that your clips are together in a nested sequence, you can add additional clips to them that you wouldn’t normally be able to. It also adds them to all of them at once, which can be a huge time saver. You can now add both Warp Stabilizer and Speed to a clip by using the nest feature. Just add one to the original clip then the other to the nested sequence. Voilà!

Add Effects and Transitions to Nested Sequence

A Quick Guide to Nesting in Premiere Pro - Add Effects and Transitions

When working with multiple clips and layers, it becomes very difficult (and at times impossible) to add blanket transitions or effects to all clips and layers. If you have your sequence put together the way you like it, using the nest feature can be a great way to simplify your edit by adding a transition to the beginning or end that will cover all parts. (Otherwise they can animate in or out awkward and unevenly.)

Here’s a how it can look all together. None of these would be possible together without the nest feature.

  • Split clips
  • Multiple Layers
  • Warp Stabilizer
  • Speed Reverse
  • Transition In
  • Transition Out

How do you use the nest feature? Have any other tricks to share? Let us know in the comments.

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