Chapter 9. Nesting Sequences
Lesson Files > Lesson 09 > Nesting.fcp
This lesson takes approximately 90 minutes to complete.
Create a nested sequence by editing one sequence into another
Convert clips into a nested sequence using the Nest Items command
Apply effects to nested sequences
Modify individual clips in a nested sequence
Use nesting to override the default Final Cut Pro render order
Mix sequence frame sizes to create scaling effects
Use nesting to manage long-format shows
When working with complex sequences involving multiple tracks, you may want to treat a group of clips as a single object. For example, you may wish to apply a single filter to multiple items, or to scale or rotate several clips ...