Packaging Sequences

All modules
/
Premiere Pro
26 of 26
New

Packaging sequences has been one of the most recent game-changers for me in my editing journey. Packaging sequences is essentially taking everything from your selected sequence and moving everything in that sequence into its own folder on your computer or drive, including a project file for that selected sequence/sequences. This is HUGE because it allows me to separate an individual sequence from the rest of the project file, allowing me to only keep the files that I need. This was a lifesaver for me when creating 'Hey Tim' because it allowed me to take the best parts of my projects from the past 3 years without having to deal with all the extra files that were a part of all of those project files. Honestly don't think I would have been able to make that video without the process of packaging sequences.

Packaging sequences has been one of the most recent game-changers for me in my editing journey. Packaging sequences is essentially taking everything from your selected sequence and moving everything in that sequence into its own folder on your computer or drive, including a project file for that selected sequence/sequences. This is HUGE because it allows me to separate an individual sequence from the rest of the project file, allowing me to only keep the files that I need. This was a lifesaver for me when creating 'Hey Tim' because it allowed me to take the best parts of my projects from the past 3 years without having to deal with all the extra files that were a part of all of those project files. Honestly don't think I would have been able to make that video without the process of packaging sequences.

Playing next

Intro to After Effects

1 of 17

Browse all modules