Colour correcting master clip of nested sequence, corrects nested clip at timecode.
If you have nested a clip in order to use something like Warp Stabiliser, having to open up the nest, and then apply your correction is slow and painful.
It would be amazing to be able to stay in your master sequence, and when you apply a master correction to the nest, this correction automatically dives down to the actual clip within the nest, and applies the correction to its master without the user having to manually open the nest and work within it.
The user can work in the main sequence as though they are working on a regular clip, and not a nest.
If there are multiple clips within the nested sequence, the CTI will dictate which clip the correction is applied to.
1) Create a nested sequence.
2) In the main sequence, apply a Lumetri correction to the master of the nested sequence.
3) This correction is applied directly to the master of the clip within the nest.