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Ht Davis
Re: Finding subclip in parent clip
on Apr 6, 2015 at 9:03:30 pm

Yes actually. Premiere sees each clip in a timeline referring to a file. You can dupe a clip in a timeline without dupeing the file. The downside is that you'll have to create subclips from your source to go right to them later if you want a visual indicator of where a subclip lies. However, hovering over your clip in the timeline will give you some specifics (as well as right click and properties option) that you can use to create a subclip and replace the clip in the timeline with it.

There are several ways to create subclips:
1. Place clips in their own sequence, then dupe this and make subclips by marking in and out.
2. Right click the clip, and make a subclip, and use the source panel to mark the in out.
3. Using the source panel, mark the clip and make subclips (they will show up in the panel).

With method 2 and three, you will find that the indicator shows as in\out marks in the source panel, while method one puts it all into a sequence panel.

To replace the clip in the timeline so you have your indicator, select the subclip in the project panel. Then go to the timeline and right click the clip you want to replace\refer; select replace with clip from bin. You will now have that clip refer to the subclip, which will have an indicator of where the subclip lies; use the source monitor to view it.

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