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Name Asset in project Panel does not update in TimeLine

Participant ,
Mar 14, 2019

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Good Morning,

Small issue: renaming footage in Project Panel does not update in TimeLine.

Is there a way to sync them?

Thank you for your help,

Jessie

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File --> Project settings --> General --> Display the project item name and label color for all instances.

Make sure it is checked 

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Name Asset in project Panel does not update in TimeLine

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Mar 14, 2019

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Good Morning,

Small issue: renaming footage in Project Panel does not update in TimeLine.

Is there a way to sync them?

Thank you for your help,

Jessie

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Correct answer by Christian_Z1 | Adobe Community Professional

File --> Project settings --> General --> Display the project item name and label color for all instances.

Make sure it is checked 

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Not seeing it on my system. Might be some sort of glitch: add clip again to timeline.

Why is your timeline rendered as clips have no effects.

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LEGEND ,
Mar 14, 2019

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I would actually expect them to remain separate.

I can foresee a whole lot of frustration if changing the clip name in the bin changed it for clip instances already in a sequence, which might themselves already have been renamed.

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File --> Project settings --> General --> Display the project item name and label color for all instances.

Make sure it is checked 

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LEGEND ,
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Nice.  Satisfies both camps.

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Thank you all for your quick answers - very helpful

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The clips are labeled yellow so the option in the Project Setting should already be checked.

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I don't think the labels were changed at any point. only the filename

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Yellow is not a default color.

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It is set as one before importing and dragging to timeline. No changes were done to the label after dragging to timeline

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If the settings was unchecked the clip would have been blue.

Must have been a glitch.

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Not necessarily. The default is changed from blue to yellow.

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Ah I forgot there are a lot more colors now to choose from..........

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