I am trying to create a project that will automatically convert videos to a compilation. Although not literally, but kinda.

I want to create project that will hold effects, motion data in specified duration, then import videos into them, is it possible to apply motion and effects to sequences?

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Yes, in Premiere, you can create a master sequence consisting of nested sequences and apply motion and effects to those nested sequences within the master sequence.

And swap footage within those nested sequences as desired.

  • Thanks but I am fairly new to Premiere actually, can you guide me with a video if possible, please? Thanks!
    – XoReNiC
    Nov 2, 2015 at 18:05
  • See 4.sendvid.com/bhg98x58.mp4 - it's a crude demo. First, I populate two sequences with a clip each. Import those sequences in another sequence. Apply motion. And then swap out the clips in the nested sequences.
    – Gyan
    Nov 3, 2015 at 10:35
  • You're great! This is absolutely I was looking for! Thanks a lot :)
    – XoReNiC
    Nov 5, 2015 at 16:25

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