You could do a Decompose, but that will make everything go offline.
Or, a little more tedious...
(With my keyboard setup) I'd hit S to go to next cut, T to mark clip, F8 to make subclip... repeat
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Why do you want to create subclips of your entire timeline? I only ask because there may be an easier way to achieve your purpose?
One quick way would be to consolidate (without deleting original media) with 0 frame handles - this will create new clips (rather than subclips) of your entire timeline, but audio and video would be separate.
Can we go back to the way audio nodes used to be selected? Please? ie if you have audio nodes at the same time on selected tracks; then selecting 1 audio node selects them all at that time. Having to shift select nodes or add an in and out is time consuming and counter productive. At least make it an option.
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