Adding a new feature named "Unnest" to Adobe Premiere Pro CC
Hello. I am Sabzipour. I'm a film editor and I work professionally with Adobe Premiere Pro. Adobe Premiere Pro is my favorite software and I've been working with it for over twenty years and I want to do something to improve it.
After you nest several clips in Premiere Pro timeline, you may need to separate them again and “unnest” them. So you double-click on the nested sequence to open in another timeline.
My suggestion is that when we double click on the nested sequence, it will open in the current sequence, not in an independent sequence. Or when right click on the nested sequence, add an option in the menu named “Unnest” , which by clicking on it, the nested sequence will be opened in the same current sequence.
I have been experiencing discomfort for a long time and fully support the new NEST unlock feature. Guys do it as soon as possible. Just one click and the whole hierarchy of your work is restored. This is an extremely important function that has not been available until now. Now it's an extra job, although there are at least 3 ways to get it back. But the new feature would speed up the process. Developers, pay attention to this rather. Waiting waiting waiting
Sir Ivan commented
Greetings fellow editors,
meet Grave Robber - an extension that will un-nest nests and multicam sequences.
You can learn more about it here:
Adam Sample commented
Definitely needs this..
a "trim, collapse and unnest" option
I'm working on a doco timeline with 300 nested groups throughout and I need to individually unnest them.. it really shoudl NOT be as time consuming as it is!
Vadim Cherny commented
Yes yes yes, we need!
Bob Zhang commented
yes ,I need unnest .
Anten Edilbert commented
Resolve has this as Decompose in place. U ppl shud have Unnest or Deconstruct in Place like Layer via cut and Paste in Ph. It has to have the memory of layering when nesting so it gets back to the same layer positions when unnesting. This is quite easy feat to achieve why don't you make it.
Al Green commented
Yes, it seems bizarre that this feature is missing. I had to google this and it's crazy what people have to do achieve what should be possible with one click.
Emily Ward commented
Yes Adobe please create an "unnest" button somewhere!
Davinci has something like this but Adobe needs a button or a shortcut for unnesting