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  • Fri, Sep 25 2009 9:03 AM

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    Sequence highlighted pink in bin - how?

    Hey folks,

    All of a sudden, various sequences in my edit bins have started highlighting themselves pink. Not the sequence icon (as it would if I chose 'Edit - set clip color') but the entire line it appears on.

    It's like it's been clicked on, to highlight it - but instead of being that blueish colour, it's got a pink background (and it's like this all the time - not just when it's been clicked on (actually, it's blueish when it's been clicked on).

    I'm in a broadcaster house on a unity running composer with Adrenaline (V 2.2.9 and they won't upgrade) as there's three users in the same project making this series (also not undo-able).

    How'd this happen? I like it - and would like to use it to my advantage in the future. How do I pick a colour too?

    In 13 years of editing on Avid, I've not seen this before, and am curious about it (as I don't like not knowing stuff).

    Hope you can help.

    John.

     

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  • Fri, Sep 25 2009 10:22 AM In reply to

    Re: Sequence highlighted pink in bin - how?

    Hi John,

    If a sequence is highlighted in pink in the bin it means the sequence contains mixed resolutions.  Unfortunately, you can't change the color.  Take a look at Understanding Bin Highlight Colors in the MC Help for a bit more information.

    good luck,
    Carl 

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