Allow Render and Replace of Nests
It would be great if a nested sequence could be rendered and replaced
Dan Pearce commented
Would love to see this
Cameron Paki commented
Sven Schüffel commented
Need it too
Nuno Rodrigues commented
Why is this thread from 2018 and this feature has not yet implemented?!
Zach Webb commented
total no brainer... do it!
Krrish _ commented
add it please
Brandon Aguilar commented
Yes please! Much needed!
James Serpico commented
Please add this
Bill Metallinos commented
This will be so useful.
But because there isn't an option I replace the Nest with AE, save without changes, and then Render and Replace the AE witch basically is a Nest.
Paul Caplin commented
This would be SO useful. It's extremely tedious having to do it by hand.
Please add this!
CJ Barnwell commented
Please add this feature! Please, please, please.
Mel Matsuoka commented
This really needs to be implemented. I use a lot of Twixtor Pro in my sequences, and the filter often requires that you nest the source clip in a nested timeline and paste repeated instances of it to ensure that the plugin has enough media to work with. You then apply Twixtor to the nest itself. But you cannot utilize Render and Replace in these cases, which really frustrating, because this is a prime example of a situation when you'd want to be able to use such a feature.
A nested timeline should be considered a "clip" in this context.
James Clark commented
It's weird that it doesn't, since the render and replace function presumably exists for effects heavy situations where you need playback optimised and those are exactly the scenarios you're most likely to use nests.
David Tarrodi - Yellow Tone commented
I say as Steven
!!Much needed feature but these time saving improvements are never implemented. Just new features that nobody really wanted and bugs!!
Aleksander Haugdal commented
This needs to be added!
Steven Probets commented
Much needed feature but these time saving improvements are never implemented. Just new features that nobody really wanted and bugs!
Yes it would and im surprised it never has!