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Matchframe on a subclip in source monitor will not load the master clip

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Aug 20, 2020

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I hit  F (plus combinations such as Command + F, etc.)  in the source monitor on a subclip to see what master clip it came from, and nothing happens.  What am I missing to make this work?

 

Premiere 14.3.1. MacPro Mojave 10.14.6

I figured it out.  Looks like you need to checkmark the box "Restrict trims to subclip boundaries" in order for it to matchframe to master clip.  Without that box checked, the clip will not match frame to master.

 

Next question is can I change the parameters on the subclips I've already made that did not restrict trims to boundaries so I can get the match frame function to work on them?  

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Matchframe on a subclip in source monitor will not load the master clip

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I hit  F (plus combinations such as Command + F, etc.)  in the source monitor on a subclip to see what master clip it came from, and nothing happens.  What am I missing to make this work?

 

Premiere 14.3.1. MacPro Mojave 10.14.6

I figured it out.  Looks like you need to checkmark the box "Restrict trims to subclip boundaries" in order for it to matchframe to master clip.  Without that box checked, the clip will not match frame to master.

 

Next question is can I change the parameters on the subclips I've already made that did not restrict trims to boundaries so I can get the match frame function to work on them?  

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I figured it out.  Looks like you need to checkmark the box "Restrict trims to subclip boundaries" in order for it to matchframe to master clip.  Without that box checked, the clip will not match frame to master.

 

Next question is can I change the parameters on the subclips I've already made that did not restrict trims to boundaries so I can get the match frame function to work on them?  

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Yes, right click on subclip and select "Edit subclip."  In window, check the box "Restrict trims to boundaries."  A bit of relief to know that is can be undone.  Making a subclip that can't match back to the master - why would you ever not want to be able to do this?  

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Hey there, Lori. It's one of those minor features that didn't get changed when the newer feature of being able to create a subclip without boundaries came in, which didn't exist until maybe around CS6 or so. While the explanation is pretty boring, you'll find stuff like this here and there. If you want to let the team know about the bug, file here, if you have time: https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro

 

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Kevin

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