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Learn the 3 Stages of Using the Pancake Timeline in Adobe Premiere Pro

Learn how to master the Pancake Timeline technique in Premiere Pro. As a kid, I wanted to become a pilot. Although that never panned out, I found some similarities shared between being a pilot and being a film editor. Mainly, we both need a quick access to some assets when the situation requires. As an editor, I have found that Pancake Timelines meet the requirements. In the video below, I'll walk you through the three stages of working with the Pancake Timeline. We'll cover what the term stands for, what are its possibilities, and what are rather unknown features on Premiere Pro that may be useful in this exceptional and effective editing workflow. 1. Stacking the timelines To use this workflow, you need to have at least two timelines (and a reason to use them together). For example, you can have an A-roll cut and a B-roll selects sequences. Another idea is to work with Selects and Rough Cut sequences. It obviously depends on your preferences and the type of the cut you're working on. Read More...

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Published By: NoFilmSchool - Wednesday, 15 August

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