Reverse Match Frame To Bin
You need to be able to open the bin a clip in the source monitor came from in one click or keystroke. This is a hugely helpful feature that other NLEs have.
James Clark commented
'Reveal in project' my dude. I like to map it to the same key as my match frame command, plus a modifier as it's logically a function of match framing. Reverse match frame is a different thing, but also a function that you can map to a key. Reverse match framing is when you want to match the frame in the source monitor with the corresponding frame in your timeline if you've used it. So if you've used a portion of clip A but can't be sure where exactly on a big complex timeline, load clip A in to the source monitor, scrub to a bit you know you've used, and press reverse match frame and the playhead in the timeline will jump to it. Really useful except that it doesn't work if you're using sequences of clips in the source monitor rather than just a regular clip which is super annoying and the most common scenario in which I'd used the function.
"Reveal in project."
I think we can close this.
There is also a "reveal in project" shortcut that can be assigned. I set mine to SHIFT V. Is this what you had in mind?
It seems to work fine, unless you have separate audio and video clips that have been linked together on the timeline.
Yeah, it's a bit weird that the "bins" are sometimes called the "project."
Jim Simon commented
If you right click on the clip in the Source Monitor, you will see the Reveal in Project option.