Select all disabled clips in a sequence
It would be great to be able to select all the disabled clips in a timeline.
When I edit, I often disabled audio clips I don’t want to hear, but I don’t want to remove them (because I want to pass all the clips to the soundmix department by exporting aaf when the picture is lock).
When exporting aaf or omf, the disabled clips are not passing through. So up to now, I would need to duplicate my sequence, then re-enable manually all the disabled clips.
If there was a function to select all of them at once, it would be much easier for me.
Zefrey Throwell commented
100% agree that we need this. Always a pain to go back through the tracks and turn the clips back on before exporting for sound.
Adam Richman commented
For the love of all things, please add this. Please also add a keyboard shortcut to select-all forward or backwords of the time marker.
Alexander Suppe commented
Would be super useful for me when editing multitrack audio. That way I could first just do a rough mix by deactivating certain mics and then quickly commit to the activated mics I want to keep by deleteing all disabled clips at once (with the goal of reducing the number of audio tracks for a more convenient timeline). I'm currently working on a project with around 30 lavalier mics running in parralel that mostly only pickup the person wearing them because of ambient noise. So it would be really helpful!
Julian J commented
Yes please. Would be very helpful
Cody Pyper commented
I agree, this would feature would be great. One work around is to change the color of every clip you disable, then you can select one disabled clip, then right click, go to label, and "select label group" to select only the disabled clips
MICHAEL FELDMAN commented
I agree! This would be a great feature.