Add clips to sequences Discover the various ways in which Premiere Pro lets you add clips to a sequence. Create and change sequences Learn to create sequences, assemble and rearrange sequences in a Timeline, and explore the various sequence settings in Premiere Pro. Edit from sequences loaded into the Source Monitor Learn how to use the Timeline panel in Premiere Pro to edit sequences loaded in the Source Monitor, keeping the original source clips on all tracks intact. Rearrange clips in a sequence You can set the order in which clips should appear in a video. Explore how you can do it easily in Premiere Pro in this step-by-step guide. Find, select, and group clips in a sequence Explore how easy it is to work with clips in a sequence in Premiere Pro. Rendering and previewing sequences In this Help article, learn how to render, preview, and playback sequences in Premiere Pro. Multi-camera editing workflow Learn how to create and edit a multi-camera source sequence using clips from multiple camera sources by synchronizing In/Out points, clip markers, and audio. Working with markers Get help on adding markers to clips in Premiere Pro, using markers to position and arrange clips, display marker comments, and share markers with After Effects. Create and play clips In this detailed reference, learn how to create clips in Premiere Pro in different ways, such as importing files, duplicating clips, or making subclips. Trimming clips Discover the ease of editing clips in Premiere Pro: how you can quickly set In and Out points, trim clips in the Timeline, work with audio waveforms, and more. Create special clips (synthetics) Learn all about creating synthetic media in Premiere Pro. Working with offline clips What is an offline clip? Can you create or edit an offline clip? Read this Help article to learn all about working with offline clips in Premiere Pro. Relinking offline media Never run into a missing clip scenario again. Learn to locate and link offline media using the Link media and Locate File features in Premiere Pro. Source patching and track targeting Learn about source patching and track targeting, a simple but powerful technique in Premiere Pro that lets you control insert and overwrite operations on your clips. Synchronizing audio and video with Merge Clips By following the step-by-step instructions in this in-depth article, you'll learn how to use Merge Clips to synchronize audio and video recorded separately. You'll also learn how to edit and trim Merge Clips. Modifying clip properties with Interpret Footage Learn how to modify the properties of a clip by selecting options in the Interpret Footage dialog box in Premiere Pro. Undo, history, and events Learn how to use the Premiere Pro's History panel to access your document's history and undo changes, and how to use the Events panel to address alerts. Freeze and hold frames Learn about the several ways to freeze a video frame in Premiere Pro. Working with captions Premiere Pro provides a full set of caption features. Learn to create or import closed caption files, edit the captions, and then export them. Some content linked from this page may appear in English only.