Revert multiclip to original file name.

Dec 12, 2020

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After my multi clip edit, I want to highlight clips from Just One camera using the find all feature. But on Adobe Premiere, after multi clip edit, all the names are all the same. Yes they say MC1 and MC2 in Brackets, but that's not searchable using the find all feature.

 

I need to use the find feature to highlight only the clips from a single camera. I separate them into two different tracks so I can edit my green screen, and apply filter changes to all clips of only one camera after the multi-camera edit.  I did this on Final Cut Pro for years, why does Adobe Premiere not allow it? Is there a way to revert the clips to the original file name, or are they forever a multi clip with the same name?

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Revert multiclip to original file name.

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After my multi clip edit, I want to highlight clips from Just One camera using the find all feature. But on Adobe Premiere, after multi clip edit, all the names are all the same. Yes they say MC1 and MC2 in Brackets, but that's not searchable using the find all feature.

 

I need to use the find feature to highlight only the clips from a single camera. I separate them into two different tracks so I can edit my green screen, and apply filter changes to all clips of only one camera after the multi-camera edit.  I did this on Final Cut Pro for years, why does Adobe Premiere not allow it? Is there a way to revert the clips to the original file name, or are they forever a multi clip with the same name?

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Never mind, I figured it out. I searched for hours online and couldn't find it. I found it by trial and error.  Right click the clips and select Multi-Camera > Flatten. 

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