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is there anyway to see a list view of all clips that currently exist in a sequence?

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Jan 20, 2024 Jan 20, 2024

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curious to know if there is any view I can get of all of the clips that currently exist in any given sequence.

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Community Expert , Jan 21, 2024 Jan 21, 2024

Not possible: make a feature request.

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Advisor , Jan 21, 2024 Jan 21, 2024

Not within PP, I'm afraid. 

 

You can export an EDL or XML and view the information using third party apps - eg EDL Ease, EDL Hacker and Sequence Reporter.

 

Although you could add the project to a production, copy the sequence to a fresh project in the production and 'generate master clips'.

 

 

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Jan 20, 2024 Jan 20, 2024

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Open metadisplay and select Video usage.

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Jan 20, 2024 Jan 20, 2024

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Are you referring to the Metadata panel? I went there, and it only seems to include information for the clip currently selected on the timeline, one clip at a time. Please let me know where to find this metadisplay>video usage that you speak of. A search for either in the Help menu search yieled no results.

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You can sort on video usage which will give you all the clips in the timeline, how many times and where they reside.

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Ah that is an interesting general metadata data point to add to my project panel, thanks!

 

However I am specifically looking for a list of just the content of a particular timeline. What you've shown me just shows me data on where clips in the project panel appear, across multiple different sequences in my project. I would like to isolate a list of JUST the clips in ONE sequence.

 

Thank you!

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Not possible: make a feature request.

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Not within PP, I'm afraid. 

 

You can export an EDL or XML and view the information using third party apps - eg EDL Ease, EDL Hacker and Sequence Reporter.

 

Although you could add the project to a production, copy the sequence to a fresh project in the production and 'generate master clips'.

 

 

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