I am a noob at this, but getting the hand of it. Here is my question: I started with about 20 video files(2h of footage). From all those files, I created about 60 "subclips" that have neatly been organized in a bin. Then I lined all 60 clips one by one. However, I accidently deleted one of those clips in the middle (and can't undo because it was a while ago) and I don't know which clip is was.
What I would to do is select the bin with the 60 subclips, and identify which one (maybe more than one actually) have NOT been inserted in my sequence. Is there a way to do so? Similar to Excel when you select a formula and it tells you which cells was dependants, could I select my sequence and it tells me which clips are "dependant"? Any other suggestions?
There is a 'Video Useage ' column in the Project Window. This should show you which one is currently not in your sequence as well.
Thank you very much, this is EXACTLY what I wanted. For those reading this and that can't find the video usage column, you need to go to "metadata display" in the project menu/button (top right corner of the window) and select "Metadata display" and then add the "video usage" column.
You should also be able to enter "unused" in the search box at the top of the clip window