I can confirm audio and vi

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AvatarBruceMol
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I can confirm audio and video transitions are one sided – I usually fade to black at the end of a sequence and in nesting don’t need a crossfade – but I just did it and it worked ok.

Also, after I nested three sequences I went to one of the original sequences and added black video, switched to my nest and it was there. No saving or updating need. I use CS3 but I bet CS5 doesn’t differ there.

I imagine the work around is rendering and creating a sequence with all your 10 renders.

The repeated frame error is related to your transition being longer than the file overlap. That’s weird because, the way you describe it, the overlap is taken into account. I have no other suggestions other than to make sure your nested sequence has the same settings as the other 10.Oh, and that all the files are the same frame rate.

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