Recapture using Scene Detect.
Double-click on the clip in the Project Panel to open it in the Source View monitor. Set In and Out points and drag the image from the Source View monitor to the Project Panel. A dialog box will pop up and ask you for a clip name. Set new In and Out points. Drag to the Project Panel. Repeat as desired.
This workflow has the advantage of using a single source file, but with multiple clips in the bin.
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If you Shift+Drag from the Source Monitor to the Project Panel, then a duplicate Master Clip instance will be created.
The advantage to the duplicate Master Clip instance is:
1.) You can have multiple in/out points set for a single clip.
2.) All of the master clip frames are available to you when you put the instance in the timeline, in case you need to trim later on.
(Are you listening, Jim?) :)
Still not the same. When in the Source Monitor, the 'created' clip should not go beyond the In/Out boundaries set when it was created. That should only be allowed to happen, and by default I might add, when in the sequence.
>That should only be allowed to happen, and by default I might add, when in the sequence.
Somehow I knew that's how you'd respond. :D