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Media Relatives and Avid Express Pro

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Confused on which clips you have or have not used in your sequence? Then I have a friend for you. Selecting Media Relatives is a great tool that Avid incorporated to allow you to figure out which clips you have used in your sequence. This is very helpful to not only speed up your workflow but to also keep you from inadvertently using the same clip twice. Here is a quick run down of how to use this feature:

1.Open the bin that contains the chosen clip or sequence.

2.Open any other bins that might contain the media relatives that you want to find.

3.Resize and position the bins so that you can see their contents.
Text view is best for viewing as many objects as possible.

4.Click the chosen clip or sequence, and select Bin > Select Media Relatives.
The system highlights all related objects in all open bins.

Now your know who your relatives really are!

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