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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis demonstrates 'nesting' sequences within new sequences as well as the 'snapping' function in the timeline and how to turn it off and on. He then goes on to show how the 'slip' and the 'slide' tools work to reveal and hide whichever bits of footage you wish to show in your media clips.



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Re: Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 19 Tools Part 4
by Gina Hackett
I'm just curious if you might know why these videos will no longer play on my IPad.
@Gina Hackett
by Andrew Devis
I'm sorry Gina I have no idea ... but will forward your question to the people at the COW.
All the best
Andrew

... because it's all about stories ...
@Gina Hackett
by Stefani Rice
Hello Gina,

Thank you for letting us know about viewing problems with the iPad. We've done testing on several iPads with iOS5, iOS6 and the newest iOS7 and were able to play the video.

The first test with the newest iPad using iOS7 was unable to play the video, but a restart of the iPad resolved the issue. Please try to restart the iPad and see if that corrects the issue you're experiencing.

Another option would be to download the podcast version at iTunes as linked above and here: http://podcasts.creativecow.net/adobe-premiere-tutorials-podcast/premiere-p...

Best Regards,
Stefani Rice
Creative COW LLC

+1
@Gina Hackett
by Abraham Chaffin
Hello Gina,

I've tested the video in Safari on an iPad 1 with iOS 5.1.1, and iOS 6 & 7 on an iPad 2; the video plays everywhere I test. Have you tried restarting your iPad to see if that helps? Restarting helped Stefani.

What version of iPad do you have?
What version of iOS are you running?
What browser are you using?
Are you behind a firewall?

Abraham
Re: Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 19 Tools Part 4
by Rodney Leinberger
Your videos are perfect. Just what I need.
@Rodney Leinberger
by Andrew Devis
Hi Rodney

Really pleased they're hitting the spot for you :o)

All the best
Andrew

... because it's all about stories ...
Re: Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 19 Tools Part 4
by Andrew Devis
Hi Sezgin

Thank you for your kind comment, I am pleased that you are finding the series helpful. More tutorials are on their way for the Premiere Pro series which should be up on the site over the next week or so.

Kind regards
Andrew

... because it's all about stories ...
Re: Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 19 Tools Part 4
by Sezgin Karatas
Hi Andrew
You are a very good teacher.
Greetings and thank you...


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