Premiere Pro Tutorial : Edit Sequences in the Source Monitor into other Sequences

Editing sequences in the Source Monitor into other sequences is a technique that harkens back to the frequently used KEM roll film-editing technique. It can be a useful way to create complex edits or to quickly and easily assemble a video.

To edit a sequence in the Source Monitor into another sequence in Premiere Pro, follow these steps:

  1. Open the sequence that you want to edit the other sequence into.
  2. Open the sequence that you want to edit into the Source Monitor.
  3. Drag the sequence from the Source Monitor into the Timeline.
  4. Place the sequence in the Timeline at the desired position.
  5. Trim and arrange the sequence in the Timeline as desired.

Here are some tips for editing sequences in the Source Monitor into other sequences in Premiere Pro:

  • Use the Sequence Presets panel to create and save custom sequence presets. This can be helpful for quickly and easily creating new sequences with the same settings as your existing sequences.
  • Use the Source Monitor to preview the sequence that you are editing in. This will help you to ensure that you are editing the sequence correctly.
  • Use the Timeline to preview the sequence that you are editing into. This will help you to ensure that the sequence is being edited into the correct position in the Timeline.
  • Use the Markers panel to mark important points in the sequences that you are editing. This will make it easier to find the specific parts of the sequences that you want to edit.

Here are some additional tips:

  • You can use this technique to edit nested sequences into other sequences. This can be useful for creating complex edits or for quickly and easily assembling a video.
  • You can also use this technique to edit sequences from different projects into the same sequence. This can be useful for combining footage from different shoots into a single video.
  • You can also use this technique to edit sequences into a multicam sequence. This can be useful for creating a video with multiple camera angles.

By following these tips, you can learn to edit sequences in the Source Monitor into other sequences in Premiere Pro and create more complex and engaging videos.

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