So this is just a basic overview in how I use the "Pancake Sequence Method" in Premiere Pro to sort / work with my selects ... it can be just "blocks" of selects (like for themes or events in time or just shots that have to be/stay together) but also like pre-edits of scenes (a couple of shots) that I "copy" directly into my master sequence as I put them together in that selects sequence. Also it makes sense (for narrative work) to have one selects sequence per Scene and pre-edit / select shots for those that way ...
I stared using that kind of method back in 2007 when Apple released the video profile on their Pro webpage about using Final Cut Studio for Zodiac showing Angus Wall using that method.
I re-discoverd that need way of working in PPro lately thanks to Vashi Nedomansky and his great Blog about Editing Tips for Music Videos: vashivisuals.com/adobe-cs6-5-editing-tips-for-music-videos/
THIS IS THE VIDEO I WAS WORKING ON IN THAT PROJECT: vimeo.com/65558820
music (via VIMEO MUSIC STORE):
Voice-Over was recorded with the SAMSON G-TRACK …. test & review will be online soon
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