No, unfortunately you can’t. The premise of multigrouping is to take the footage of multiple cameras and link them together so that they can be viewed simultaneously. Your best bet would be to string all the clips out into a sequence because all of the clips would be in the same location (like a multigroup)
Tag Assistant Editor
Autosequence automatically takes clips and puts them into a sequence at the timecode associated with the clips. Removing the black (filler) from the sequence would move the clips from their correct timecodes. A better solution might be to select all of the clips in the bin and drag them to the timeline window. In this
The Avid Fast Menu between the Splice-in and Overwrite buttons gives you access to the Tool Palette which has some handy functions while editing. (You can also access the Tool Palette via the Fast Menus above the Source and Record monitors.) You can change the functions and buttons on the Tool Palette by dragging it
You can remove locators from the timeline in two ways. Select the locator in the timeline and press delete or click the locator in Locators window and press delete.
You add locators by clicking a locator button. Depending on your settings, the locators window may appear that will allow you type comments associated with that locator.
You sure can but it can be a two or three part process. If you lasso (or shift+click the clips using the Lift/Overwrite Segment Mode tool) around the entire sequence and press delete, it will delete all of the effects in the sequence. (You can also use the Remove Effect function to delete effects.) However,
You know? Even I don’t know what may be the proper to way to do it. So whenever I wanted to know, I selected all of the clips and pressed delete. When the delete dialog window appears, it neatly lists for you all of the sequences, master clips, subclips and anything else in your bin.
If you Ctrl/Cmd+ click on multiple columns at once and press Ctrl/Cmd + E, you can sort bin columns.
Right click on that locator and choose Change Locator Color to another color.
There are actually (and thankfully) two ways to do this! Before you import the clips, go to the Import Settings in the Project window. On the Audio Tab, enable the Apply attenuation/gain effect on import and type in a decibel level to apply to all imported clips. Make sure you type a minus sign before