# Merge Multiple Sequences into Single Sequence

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• Hello Forum,

For a timecode show I have created a sequence per song. I would like to have a marco that copies all the cues into a master sequence and also preserve the cue number.

Is this possible?

I tried to do it in multiple commands but I get cue numbers 99999+ and more cues are created than existing in the original sequence:

Code
``````Copy Sequence 2 Cue * At Sequence 1 Cue *;
Copy Sequence 3 Cue * At Sequence 1 Cue *``````

Thanks.

• I'm not 100% sure but I think you need to give the cues a destination number. also perhaps a bug if you don't specify a starting cue:

Copy Seq 2 Cue thru at Seq 1 Cue 101

Copy Seq 3 Cue thru at Seq 1 Cue 201

This results in two extra cues

Copy Seq 2 Cue 1 thru at Seq 1 Cue 101

Copy Seq 3 Cue 1 thru at Seq 1 Cue 201

this results in cues being copied (with new numbers starting at 101 and 201 respectively)

• Thanks, but it only works if the end cue is specified otherwise next cue is 100.001 instead of 101. Is there a command to make copying more robust?

Code
``Copy Seq 2 Cue 1 Thru at Seq 1 Cue 101 thru 102 /o``

Edited 2 times, last by hannie ().

• Just for testing purposes here is what I tried:

This is what seq 1 looks like

I then copy that to Seq 2 but offset it by 100:

Copy Seq 1 Cue 1 Thru At Seq 2 Cue 110

Now I want to combine those two but have seq 1 start at cue 1000 and seq 2 start at 2000

Copy Seq 1 Cue 1 Thru at Seq 3 Cue 1000

Copy Seq 2 Cue 1 Thru at Seq 3 Cue 2000

That results in Seq 3 like this:

This is correct as it's kept the point numbers but respected my starting point.

If you want to then renumber the cues you could do something like this (although it works, it gives an error in the command line):

Set Cue thru Property "No" 2000

But this does not error, and also works

Set Cue 1 thru Property "No" 2000

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