Subclips are great for organizing. This makes a lot of sense when you either do it in prelude ahead of time etc. But what about when you want to make clips from say an interview.
I have a sequence for each interview, each sequence has a video clip, audio track, and adjustment layer for effects. I want to now be able to create subclips of this as if it were a single video clip. (Yes I know I could export it as a video clip and then make clips but the point is I want to have a bunch of clips that are linked to the sequence so that way if I go back and make changes to the audio or the adjustment layer it will effect all the clips.)
I know you can right click on the sequence and "Open in Source Monitor" and create clips that way, however I noticed when you then make changes to the original sequence they do not update the clips. I.E. the clips are separate pieces and not linked.
Is there a way to create linked subclips from sequences in premiere pro CC?
—- Note: Though there are workarounds with nested sequences there really isn’t a feature like this in Premiere. To me it seems like with professional editing this should be something that’s used way more often, or maybe there is a different methodology for how to edit those. I think this would be a really useful feature