In the Blackbird Editor, the Reverse Match Frame function enables you to find a clip within a sequence from the source, and it also allows you to find a master clip in the Source Monitor from a sub-clip. Here's how it works:

Finding a Clip in the Sequence from the Source

To find a clip that is loaded in the sequence, simply drag the source clip from the time code display on the Source side to the time code display on the Edit side. Alternatively, you can drag and drop the source clip directly to the Edit Monitor. This action will find the source frame of your clip location within the Edit timeline.

Finding a Master Clip from a Sub-Clip in the Source Monitor

To find a master clip from a sub-clip that is loaded in the Source Monitor, double-click on the source time code display. Alternatively, you can use the Reverse Match Frame keyboard shortcut. The master clip will then pop up in a new monitor and will be displayed with a numeric tag.

Using the Reverse Match Frame function, you can easily navigate between your sequence and the source clips, making it convenient to locate specific clips in the sequence from the source and to find master clips from sub-clips in the Source Monitor.