Sorting Browser View to show only Favorties
When working with a lot of files in a project, it can get confusing trying to focus on the important images, videos, or audio clips. This is true especially in the Browser.
In a recent project this was a real issue. I had 20-30 photos and while they were all important, they just weren't important for the task I was working on at the moment.
My Favorite Solution
A quick solution to fix this problem is to use favorites. Simply tag the photos, videos, audio, Compound, and Multicam clips that you want to focus on. Then set the 'Clip Filtering' to only show favorite.
Easy to Tag
In the Browser, simply select the clip that you want to add to your favorite and click on the 'f' key. When you do that the white arrow appears to the right and when you expand it you'll see it tagged as a favorite.
Easy to Remove
To untag an object, simply select it and click on the 'u' key. It's instantly removed.
Change the Browser View
To change the browser view to only show favorite items, simply type in Control f.
To change it back to the "Show All Clips" simple type in Control C,
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