When I'm editing a sequence in Premiere Pro CC, I want to be able to create a new sequence from my in & out points on the sequence I'm editing.

What's the simplest way of doing that?

  • I’ve seen mark clip - X as a way to do this.
    – Paul Engle
    Jun 9, 2020 at 20:02

2 Answers 2


create new sequence and treat the "old sequence" as a normal cips & how you import it from projects bin.

\\ Just like you set In/out points for a normal clip.

or watch


Make sure all the tracks you want to copy are selected in your timeline. (as in select V1, V2, A1, A2 etc).

Mark In and Out points using I and O

Press ; to "lift" them out (copies the tracks into your clipboard and deletes them from your timeline).

Press cmd + Z to undo the delete (the clips will still be in your clipboard).

Press cmd + N to make a new sequence.

Press enter to accept the default sequence settings.

Press cmd + V to paste the clips in to the new sequence.

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