Selecting all occurrences of a file in the Premiere Pro Timeline

I learned a neat feature in Premiere that I hadn't heard about before.

If you want to select all instances of a file in the timeline, just select one of the file's clips, and use edit > select all matching.

This was a huge help to me so I thought I'd share.

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Select all clips with similar source in timeline

Imagine you're working on a music video with 40+ layers of video and want to copy the Lumetri Effect you've applied to one clip to all of the clips with the same source in the timeline. In stead of having to walk through the timeline tediously selecting each clip individually, it would be an enor...

This tip courtesy of Sven from the Adobe Uservoice site