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Used sources indication in Project window?

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How can I see in the Project window (Icon view mode) which clips (or parts of clips) are already in use on the Timeline and which are not? Is there such an option?

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Correct answer by Steve Griffiths | Adobe Community Professional

In your Project window right click the three horizontal lines (icon) next to your project window name and from the pulldown menu select 'metadata display'. In the window that opens twirl down the arrow for 'Premiere Pro Project Metadata' and tick 'Video Usage' (and 'Audio usage' if you want). Now, with Icon view mode for your bin, you will get small icons that appear in the bottom right hand side if each clip icon in your bin that will indicate a clip is used in a sequence. Hover over these icons to see how many times a clip is used.

 

You can also see 'usage' as a column in list view as well - though you'll need to also turn this on in the metadata display window.

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Used sources indication in Project window?

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How can I see in the Project window (Icon view mode) which clips (or parts of clips) are already in use on the Timeline and which are not? Is there such an option?

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Correct answer by Steve Griffiths | Adobe Community Professional

In your Project window right click the three horizontal lines (icon) next to your project window name and from the pulldown menu select 'metadata display'. In the window that opens twirl down the arrow for 'Premiere Pro Project Metadata' and tick 'Video Usage' (and 'Audio usage' if you want). Now, with Icon view mode for your bin, you will get small icons that appear in the bottom right hand side if each clip icon in your bin that will indicate a clip is used in a sequence. Hover over these icons to see how many times a clip is used.

 

You can also see 'usage' as a column in list view as well - though you'll need to also turn this on in the metadata display window.

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In your Project window right click the three horizontal lines (icon) next to your project window name and from the pulldown menu select 'metadata display'. In the window that opens twirl down the arrow for 'Premiere Pro Project Metadata' and tick 'Video Usage' (and 'Audio usage' if you want). Now, with Icon view mode for your bin, you will get small icons that appear in the bottom right hand side if each clip icon in your bin that will indicate a clip is used in a sequence. Hover over these icons to see how many times a clip is used.

 

You can also see 'usage' as a column in list view as well - though you'll need to also turn this on in the metadata display window.

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