Thanks for the reply - can you help me with this question:
When using this method of storyboarding - are you able to trim out the in and out points of the sub clip on the timeline?
This was a terrible limitation of CS3, when storyboarding to a bin - it created a subclip with locked handles - meaning you can trim in but not out - I have NO idea why adobe did this - it makes it so difficult to make adjustments -
Can you advise on if this has been corrected?
I almost asked this "I'm not exactly sure what your talking about. Do you have link to explain storyboarding with Premiere?" but did a quick search and figured out you mean 'automate to sequence'. That's not the way I edit but I can point you in to this help page. http://help.adobe.com/en_US/PremierePro/4.0/WS1c9bc5c2e465a58a91cf0b1038518aef7-7d1ba.htm l
First step is setting in and out's so maybe it was fixed (but then again it said the same thing CS3. http://livedocs.adobe.com/en_US/PremierePro/3.0/
Download the demo and try it out. I don't have the time to do it right now sorry.
>Can you advise on if this has been corrected?
It is working as designed. The change was made because Adobe received enough feature requests to warrant changing it.
See Creating subclips for more detail.
If you want to trim beyond the ends of the subclip then convert it to a master clip first.
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>meaning you can trim in but not out - I have NO idea why adobe did this
Another case of "fixing what ain't broke" from Adobe. The last version of Premiere to do subclips properly was 6.5 I think.
>It is working as designed.
Basically that means no, Martin. Adobe has not yet corrected the subclip handling for Premiere Pro.
Its true. the subclip functionality is based on user requests. It is working as designed.