What Are Sequences?
A sequence is a container for editing clips together in chronological order. The editing
process involves deciding which video and audio clip items to put in your sequence,
what order the clips should go in, and how long each clip should be. Sequences are
created in the Browser. To edit clips into a sequence, you open a sequence in the
Timeline from the Browser.
A sequence contains one or more video and audio tracks, which are empty when first
created. When you edit a clip into a sequence, you copy the clip’s individual clip items
to the sequence. For example, if you drag a clip that contains one video and two
audio tracks to the Timeline, a video clip item is placed in a video track in the Timeline,
and two audio clip items are placed in two audio tracks. In a sequence, you can move
any clip item to any track, allowing you to arrange the contents of your media files
however you want.
An Introduction to Final Cut Pro