There are several commands in Clip Viewer to help you find the origin of the clip. They can all be found in the cascaded "Find" command in the right-click menu of the viewer. The "Find Bin" and "Find Shot" commands can also be found as icons in both Clip Viewer and Sequence Viewer.
|The first three functions are only available for clips in bins and Sequences. The success of the operation depends on your access rights. For example, if you have no rights to view the Rolls and master clips, then the result of the search cannot be displayed.|
The "Find Bin" command opens the bin that the currently open clip is originated from.
This function is especially useful for clips on Timeline. You can also use the button in Sequence Viewer; the clip at the current time will be used to find the bin.
|If the bin cannot be found (for example, it was deleted), the command will find the original Roll for the clip.|
The "Find Shot" command opens the original master clip in a new Clip Viewer window. The current time will be positioned to correspond to your current position in the clip.
This function is especially useful for clips on Timeline. You can also use the button in Sequence Viewer; the clip at the current time will be used to find the master clip.
The "Find Roll" command opens the Roll with the original material. The proper master clip will automatically be selected.
Find Next and Previous Shot
The corresponding master clip will be opened in a new Clip Viewer window.
These two commands are especially useful on Timeline, when you need to extend a clip beyond the In and Out points.