I have been using Productions and am about to lock picture. For turnover I need to consolidate all file assets (video, audio, gfx, etc) into a new standalone project so that the post house can do their work. Per the Adobe document (Adobe Premiere Pro Best Practices & Workflow Guide):
"Another use for Generate Master Clips is to prepare a sequence for turnovers. Duplicate the sequence into an empty project, then select all the clips in the sequence and choose Edit > Generate Master Clips for Media. The project is now self contained and ready to send."
I've done this. My expectation was to see the Project bin populate with bins/folders that would correspond to the hundreds of clips in the locked sequence. However this is not the case. I only have the the picture locked sequence and another nested sequence that contains the TV movie's title (image attached).
My question: is this what I should expect and how does this impact the post house?
Yes, Neil, that would be terrific. I'm actually surprised there isn't a thread on the topic already. Surely there must be more off-line editors encountering this.
I'll see if I can shake loose an answer ...
If you open that created project outside of the production, does the sequence show the clips? And play?
I got a response to me from Karle Soule ... so give it a try?
"Try right-clicking in the project bin and turn on “view Hidden”. I’ve seen that bug once before. "