how to see all the subclips (in/out points) into the same main video

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May 18, 2021 May 18, 2021

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Hello,

I have created 3 subclips from a main video.

So, in the main video I have done 3 times "in" point and "out" point in order to create the 3 subclips.

But I don't understand why in the main video (source panel) I don't see all these "in" points and "out" points corresponding to the 3 subclips ? How to have these in/out points appear in the main video ?

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May 18, 2021 May 18, 2021

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Subclips "technically" are where you've selected a section of a longer clip, and right-click "create subclip", and given it a name.

 

If you do, those are stored as separate named items in the bin.

 

If you simply mark in/out and drop to a sequence, then move on for another in/out point, you haven't actually created a specific "subclip".

 

Neil

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May 19, 2021 May 19, 2021

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Hi Neil,

I am talking about my main video in the source panel.

From this main video, I have created 3 subclips.

To create each subclip, I have done : "in" point and "out" point, then Control+U (to create a subclip), then named the subclip.

So at the end of creating the 3 subclip I should see in my main video (source panel) the "in" point and "out" point of each subclip I have created, but it is not the case. Why ?

My goal is to see at a glance in the main video all "in" point and "out" point I have created when making my subclips (like in Adobe Prelude by example).

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Why doesn't the Source monitor show all three subclips out of the main? Because the metadata for those subclips is stored as data for the subclip not the original full clip. Every item shown as an individual item in a bin has its own meta storage. The original clip has its data. Each subclip has its own, separate data.

 

I understand what you'd like to see, but the way PrPro stores meta, it ain't gonna happen.

 

Neil

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