There are two types of clip containers in Cinegy Desktop: ClipBins and Rolls.
Rolls are the containers for the original material, the master clips. Every Roll represents one capture/import session, containing all the clips detected during the capture/import process, as well as the "Entire" object.
Depending on your user rights, you may be prohibited from having access to the Rolls, or from making changes to them. A Roll can be published, giving users access to the captured material. When a Roll is published using the "Publish Roll" command from the context menu, a ClipBin is created displaying the entire clip content of the Roll.
ClipBins contain user clips, or simply clips, which are referenced to the master clips. Whenever a metadata field is changed in the master clip, the changes will be propagated to all the corresponding clips.
Depending on your user rights, you may be prohibited from making changes to clips in the ClipBins.
It is also possible to use the ClipBins to make rough cut edits.
|Refer to the Handling Bins article for details.|