Ability to Stack Clips by Holding SHIFT when dragging into Timeline
Right now when you select multiple clips and drag into the timeline, it only brings the clips in horizontally, but sometimes I need to stack the clips on top of each other (like when bringing in stems from a sound mixer). Add the ability to hold Shift or a modifier key.
Joseph Bastien commented
Hey a temp fix to this:
Still think this a good idea to have this built in, but if you wanted to do this now, you could always make a multicam and bring in the unnested version of it.
For example, if you have 5 audio stems...create a multicam by selecting the stems and use a Black Video or Transparent Video as your video file. Then create multicam sequence. In this case, the settings don't matter because you're not using the mutlicam except to stack layers. Just don't have it sync by Audio or then it may give you issues. Then, open the multicam in your Source monitor and drag just the audio into your timeline. Make sure the "Insert/Overwrite as Nests" button is turned off. Then just delete your multicam sequence. Boom!
Hope that helps