There's nothing special you need to do. Whatever you do to the original clip will show up in any nested sequence.
That's it's not is unusual. I don't recall this problem popping up before.
Try a different effect, any effect. Tweak it radically, make the clip look reeeeealy different. Do the changes show up?
Thank Jim for replying:
I am stumped on this one. I did a few radical tweeks and it did not take. For example, I made one clip in the original sequence go completely dark. However, the clip in the mulicam sequence did not change.
I even deleted the render files and the work area render files and started over with making changes. Nothing. Any change I make on the original sequence will no longer adjust in the multicam sequence.
Any last words of advice before I delete the entire multicam sequence and start over? Thanks.
Check for operator error on this one. Make absolutely sure you are working in the original sequence being used for the multicam. You can do this by going into the multicam sequence and hitting Shift+T. This will open the original with the CTI on the same frame.
Whoa! That's was it Jim. All of a sudden, a new original sequence popped up that had no edits. I remember when I was editing the multicam sequence, my mother-in-law asked me how I was able to do all of this. I gave her a quick tutorial and created a sequence using the same files. After I was done, I cleared the sequence. Stupid me! I cleared the original sequence instead of the one I created for the tutorial. Jim... thank you so much.
Question: How do I get the original sequence that I cleared back into the bin?
Glad I could help.
Once a Sequence is deleted, the only way to get it back is to Undo the deletion (CTRL-Z or History panel). If it's too late for that, you're toast.
Having said that, if you had really deleted the original sequence, the one used for the multicam, then you'd see nothing in the multicam sequence. That you do, and that it popped up when using Shift-T, is evidence that sequence still exists. More likely you simply closed it, rater than deleted it, and did all your CC work in the second 'original' sequence used for the demo.
I "cleared" the sequence from the bin. It still exists. I just don't know where or how to get it back into the bin.
I found it. All is well. Jim... Thanks again for helping me.
Where was it?