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FAQ:Why do nested sequences require rendering?

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  • Think of it this way: Rendering is for the current sequence.
    If you import two sequences into the current sequence (to do PIP, for example) the rendered files for those sequences are useless to the current sequence because the current sequence is not showing the same video, it's showing a composite. The current sequence has to be rendered to assist viewing in real time.

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