Generally, the highlighted clip in the active event row is shown on the current output (A or B). In the case of multi-event or multi-clip selections, the last-selected clip is the one displayed on output.

Tip: If a CLIP LIST asset is unavailable for any reason, it is shown with a red border.

To view a different clip for the current event without jumping to the first frame of the clip, press 1 - (4 or 8) on the keyboard Numpad. The current list selection state is separately stored for each Channel Delegate (A and B), so it’s almost as if you had two CLIP LISTs. For example, if you select a certain clip when the Channel Delegate is A, then press B and select a different clip in another tab, when you return to Channel A the original item and tab for that delegate are still highlighted.

Section 11.5

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