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Kai Mariah
delayed opening/reading project
on May 24, 2011 at 10:30:20 am

Hi.
Is there a way to search for a clip in the timeline in FCP (I'm using version 6)?

When I open my file, it says I have one file that has gone offline. However, I don't see it listed and marked with a red mark in the browser. I've gone through the timeline multiple times but I cannot find a clip matching the one that says it is offline.

The file that is offline has been deleted. I'm not sure if it was a .mov file or a another project file, from which I copied a clip.

In any event, I don't see anything with that file by scrolling through the timeline -- maybe I'm missing it when I scroll through so was wondering if there is another and perhaps easier way to find it so it can be deleted and replaced.

Thanks.
Kai Mariah


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Jerry Hofmann
Re: delayed opening/reading project
on May 24, 2011 at 11:48:47 am

If you know the name of the clip, with the timeline window selected and the sequence in it, you can type cmd +f to search for a clip within it. Is it possible it's asking for a render file? If so just re render...

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