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Many of you are already aware of this, but it does come up in support from time to time. I welcome any suggestions on a better way to identify all cues that reference a media window entry. The error The support question ... "... how do I remove a media that says it’s in use, when it really isn’t? I see nowhere it’s in use... the media doesn’t even exist." Definition of term: WATCHOUT Production = watchmaker "in use" in watchmaker has a different meaning than one might think. Any item in the media window that appears on any timeline or composition as a cue is always in use from watchmaker's perspective, no matter what. Does not matter if the original media file is gone, does not matter if it is not being displayed, its placeholder (the media item) is still referenced by a cue in a timeline or composition somewhere. The only way a media item can be removed from watchmaker's media window is if all cues that reference it are first deleted.