A) Query: are you asking about Markers or In/Out points? They're two different things.
B) Fixed in the 7.0.1 update.
Thanks for getting back to me, Jim.
A) I'm asking about markers. Is there a way to see the markers associated to the clips in the project panel?
As you may know, In FCP7, if the clip(s) in the browser have an arrow, it means they have markers. When you click on this arrow, it reveals all the markers associated with the clip. This is a great feature as it allows you to get an overview of clips with markers, and to jump directly to your selects. It is very useful especially on large projects.
B) Good news! Do you know if I have access to this update as I'm using the trial version, and the updater is telling me that Premiere Pro CC is up to date?
A) No. The closest you can get is to move the Markers panel to a place where you could see that and the bin at the same time.
B) Not sure. Go to Help>Updates...
I've uninstalled and reinstalled PremierePro CC, and am now using v. 7.0.1. However, the "restrict trims to subclip boundaries" still doesn't work when dealing with clips that have been synched with audio. Is there a workaround? It's incredibly frustrating when dealing with tons of footage. When I load subclips in the source panel, they should start at the in point of the subclip not the in point of the master clip.
A few things are broken with Merged clips.
Hopefully they will be fixed soon. Thanks