Combine Instances from Multiple Movie Packages by Databasing

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Databasing is a way to com­bine mul­ti­ple movie pack­ages into a sin­gle movie pack­age. You can only data­base cod­ed instances, mean­ing that there will be no uncod­ed time in a data­based movie pack­age. If you want to com­bine time­lines with­out any instances, use com­bined time­lines.

When you data­base instances, you’ll be cre­at­ing a stand­alone file that copies the video from the orig­i­nal time­lines. Each time you send instances to a data­base, the select­ed instances will appear at the end of the timeline.

  1. Open a movie pack­age con­tain­ing instances you’d like to database.

  2. Select the instances you’d like to database.

  3. Click the Database icon.

  4. Click New stand­alone data­base.

    If you are data­bas­ing to an exist­ing movie pack­age, click on the file name of that movie pack­age and click Export to.

  5. Name the file and select the save loca­tion. Click Save.

  6. Click Yes to add the select­ed instances to the movie package.

  7. Click OK.

    To add addi­tion­al instances to that same data­base, close out of the cur­rent data­base, then repeat steps 1 – 3 and select the name of the data­base you cre­at­ed earlier.