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    Brandt Ryan commented  · 

    Additional information:

    I found that when creating a subclip, if the box is checked for restricting the clip to it's boundaries,
    the timecode for the Video In/Out settings are correct, matching what is displayed in the Project Panel - however, if that box for restricting the subclip is not checked, I'll get an Video Out point with timecode before the Video In point. See attached video. In the beginning of video, I actually didn't have the 101-1 subclip selected - but later on in the video I do - and you'll see the timecode is correct (when I had checked the box for restricting the clip).

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    Brandt Ryan commented  · 

    As for batch editing, this is already possible. Select all relevant clips in project panel, and in metadata panel you'll see in some fields "Multiple Values", e.g. the Name of the clip. Just put scene number in scene field, and presto, all the selected clips are now updated with the scene number.

    For the subclip issue -- I also wish there was an option for every instance of a subclip to maintain metadata or original subclip. E.g. - I'm using the productions feature - and I have a project with all of my subclips. I have another project called Scene 01, which only contains 1 sequence. When I pull all of the subclips I need into my Scene01 project, all of the metadata is wiped, I suppose, because it is a new "instance". I spent countless hours inputting metadata, and now it's of no use. I might have a workaround of "duplicating" the subclips into my Scene1 project, but that might defeat the purpose of using the Production feature. Or likely, I'm misunderstanding something?

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    Brandt Ryan commented  · 

    Same here - very frustrating.

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