Im wondering if anyone knows the answer to this: when viewing thumbnails in bins in premier pro, by default the first frame of each clip is shown, is there an option to show the last frame?
I shoot a lot of interviews and often mark the end of the good takes with a hand across frame or thumbs up just before I pause recording on selected clips. At the moment I still have to scrub through each clip, (sometimes if someone does not interview well there can be a LOT of bad takes) to find the good 'hand' marked frames. If I could somehow chose to show all thumbnails at once on their end frames I could quickly select just the good takes, color mark them for easy reference and then switch back to first frame display.
If there isn't already a way to do this, dare I suggest Adobe, that this would be a golden feature for documentary film makers like myself.
Hope someone can help,
Yes open the Viewer in the dropdown menu
A little viewer will appear in the top part of the Project Window
Set scrubber to last frame and hit the camera icon.
View will also update in the bins.
thanks for your reply, I didn't know about that little viewer window. It does work like you say but unless I'm mistaken you still have to do this for each clip, so it would still mean doing this for 300-500 separate clips, as a worse case scenario! what I want ideally is to be able to change all thumbnails at once to display their last frames. Not sure if you can change the adobe default though.
again, many thanks for your great tip though
Alas one clip at a time.