I have some clips that have a Video Usage count higher than I believe is correct (one clip is reported being used 4 times in my Timeline, but it doesn't actually appear in my video).
Is there a way I can tell WHERE in the Timeline a clip is being used so I can scrube to that location and find it? It may be sandwiched between two other clips and have a very short (1-2 frame) duration so I'm not seeing it by eye.
It would be useful if Premiere could tell me at what timecode(s) the clip is being used.
If you select your clip in the project window (just single-click on it), you'll see information about it at the top of that pane. You'll see how many times the video and audio from that clip is used in your project. In that line of information, is a small, downward-pointing triangle. Click on that, and you'll see a list of all sequences that use that clip. If you select one of the sequences in that list, that sequence will come forward and the CTI will move to the inpoint of that clip in that particular sequence. You can then edit it out or do whatever you need to do. Repeat as necessary to find other instances of that clip.