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You can use Premiere Pro's keyframe editor to create and edit your sequence. You can also use the sequence function to place a range of clips on a single timeline.

Premiere Pro is a video editing software that offers an unlimited number of ways to edit a video. In this article, we'll cover the most important and frequently used methods for easily arranging clips in order of importance.

Premiere Pro sequences are a powerful tool to organize, manage and export your projects. They allow you to give your project a logical structure and easier access to the elements of the project which makes them a must-have. Premiere Pro's built-in sequence design tool is easy for anyone to use, giving you the ability to produce professional looking projects in no time.

It is common knowledge that sequences are a powerful tool for creating professional videos. They help to create an impactful story. However, often times they also come with a lot of extra work. The key to making your sequences effective is understanding the parts you want and why you want them in order to make your video more professional.

You can use the Track Select tool to select all of the clips in a sequence, forward or backward. You can highlight multiple clips at once, in any direction, by simply pressing the keyboard shortcut (A). Holding shift selects only one track rather than all of them.

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