Eugene Lew

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    19 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » User experience/interface  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Eugene Lew commented  · 

    Here is a summary of different workflows to display the clip usage for audio and video clips:
    Project Panel List View - bring up the audio usage / video usage metadata field and position the mouse over the usage indicator (icon next to the usage number). If the clip is selected, then use the CMD/Ctrl modifer while clicking the usage indicator.
    Project Panel Icon View - click the audio / video usage icon (lower right corner)
    Project Panel preview area - enable the preview area display, select the clip in the project panel, click the audio / video clip usage indicator

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    Eugene Lew commented  · 

    In the Project panel list view with the Audio Usage/Video Usage fields displayed, press Cmd/Ctrl and click the usage glyph (if the clip is selected). If no clip is selected then you can just click the usage glyph for the clip that you want the information.

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    1 comment  ·  Premiere Pro » User experience/interface  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Eugene Lew commented  · 

    Are you saying that when a clip is used in the timeline and you select the clip in the project panel that you don't see the audio/video usage arrow? There was a different thread that covered not seeing the usage data when clicking the usage arrow. If you select the clip in the project panel, then press Cmd (Mac) or Ctrl (Win) then click the usage arrow to display the usage information.

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