On my phone so I didn't check, but I think you can sort a bin by timestamp and then click the first file, "select all", and automate to sequence.
could you please elaborate a little bit, CC wont show up the right timestamp however windows does, need to automate it otherwise will have a hard time staying on time tonight.
Appreciate your input!
Sort in the Project window by Media Start.
select all by clicking on first
drag to timeline.
Thank you for your input guys, unfortunately we will have to do it manually,
This feature didn't work out for us this time.
What you're looking for can't be done in Premiere Pro.
Hopefully all your camera clocks were reasonably well synchronized at the shoot.
Starting with (copies of) all the cameras' clips in one bin, do this:
1. Show the Create Date column in the bin. (Luckily that's apparently not affected by metadata edits or the act of copying from card to HDD, unlike Windows Explorer's creation date.)
2. Sort the bin by that column by clicking its header.
3. Select all clips (Cmd+A)
4. Right click one of them (maybe best the first one?) and select New Sequence from Clip.
The new sequence will have all the clips in order of their creation date (i don't know if that's set when the clip is started or stopped, but it'll get them in the ballpark.
I also don't know if Plural Eyes can use clip numbers or creation dates as an aid to syncing otherwise hard to sync batches of clips.
[edited to fix a typo]