3 votesDavid Swinehart commented
Same issue on PrP Version 14.0.1 Build 71 (and several previous versions). I'll be working on a clip in a bin, bring it into the source window, and start cutting my subclips. Some will end up in the bin in which I'm working (where the master clip lives), and others land in completely random bins. Simply directing all subclips to the bin in focus or the bin in which the master clip resides should be the default.
Definitely a great time saver!
Thanks for creating a mockup and for the productive conversation in the comments, we’re going to take a closer look at implementation details next.
PatrickDavid Swinehart commented
Completely agree. I had been working this way in Resolve, and it's one of the biggest things I miss after picking up Premiere. I would add the ability to set multiple duration markers in the way that Resolve handles the source editor, which allows you to effectively set multiple in/out points in a single source clip, name them, and then pull them into your timeline as needed (a huge time saver when you're working on interview clips and want to pull several comments from a single source clip).