If you know the time code of the source clip....search for it in the Project Bin ( TC Column) where the source files reside.
Click on the clip and you will have access to the info where it is in the Timeline. ( The triangle beside the little preview monitor)
Though..considering the order of the clip needs changing ...not sure why you cant just locate the clip in the timeline if its wrong.
thanks, I'll try that. There are hundreds of short clips in my timeline, so trying to randomly search for a particular clip is too time consuming.
No luck being able to find clips via their timecodes. In searching the web, it looks like FCP can do this easily How come PP does't have this function???? or have I just not found it yet? any experts who can guide me here???
If your source files are in a Bin (presumeably)...there will be a Source Time code column somewhere alongside them.
A work-around meantime : Sort on the TC Column and what ever TC you are looking for will be found there.in chronological order.
I have never tried to use the search box using TC in a Project Bin full of source clips. I am away form the studio for a few days....
But did you try that?
I did try searching for timecodes in the project panel - it called up a lot of clips (?)
I can find the original clips and re-insert the sections I need - but the other version that's already in the timeline remains - so I still have to find it and delete.
I just made an official request to Adobe for this function to be included in the next version of PPro - so there!