Nesting a Sequence
In Final Cut Pro, you can treat sequences as clips and edit them into other sequences.
This is called nesting a sequence, because you put one sequence inside of another.
Nesting sequences is a common practice when you work on small, independent
sequences for a while and then you want to quickly attach them together in another,
master sequence. Nesting sequences does create some processing overhead, and can
make media management more complicated.
For more information, see “
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