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Finding Used - Unused clips in Avid Timeline

If you've ever editing a long-format program, I am sure you have come across a situation where you can't seem to find a certain clip that you have edited to the Avid Xpress timeline. Or worse yet, you have having problems with trying to figure out whether a certain clip has been used somehwere else in the timeline.

Did you know you can turn on clip colors in your bin and display those colors for clips in the timeline?

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You will need to do 2 things. First, you'll need to display the (color) heading in your bin, and assign some colors to your clips.

Next, you need to navigate to your timeline menu and select Clip Colors - Source Colors. Save the insanity! Don't lose track of clips again.

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