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Nesting a sequence in Premiere Pro
Show: Learn Premiere Pro CC
Sequence nesting is a powerful but simple technique used in editing and special effects workflows. In a nutshell, you put one sequence inside another – but there is so much more to it than that, as Maxim Jago demonstrates. See the full course at Adobe Premiere Pro CC: Learn by Video
Nested Mercury Cuda
Premiere Pro CS5.5 improves the speed with which you can render nested sequences. You can literally nest sequences into sequences and you’ll get the benefits of the Mercury Playback Engine using both the CPU and the GPU or Graphics Processing Unit on an Nvidia card with CUDA. Throw the HP Z800 workstation into the mix and you see rendering speeds like you have never seen before.