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  • Sat, Dec 3 2005 8:31 PM

    • svxy
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    Copying, Pasting clip attributes inside timeline

    Can anyone tell me how to copy the attributes of one clip in the timeline, that has been modified with several effects, and paste those attributes to the other clips inside the timeline?

    Thanks 

  • Sat, Dec 3 2005 10:15 PM In reply to

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    Re: Copying, Pasting clip attributes inside timeline

    Edit the FX you want to copy. A the top right side of the effect palette, you'll see an icon, drag this icon into a bin. Now drag it (this icon)  on the clips you want to apply this FX. If the original FX are titles or mattes, hold down alt and CTL as you drag the icon into the bin.

    If you want to apply this effect to several clips at the same time, select the clips in the timeline and double click on the FX in the bin.

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  • Tue, Dec 6 2005 3:38 PM In reply to

    • m2dpost
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    Re: Copying, Pasting clip attributes inside timeline


    In addition to Sep's comments... If you have multiple effects on a clip  you can do the following.

    1. Collapse the segment.

    2. Enter effects mode and Alt+drag (or maybe it is Ctl+Alt+Drag, sorry not in front of my system) to the effect to a bin. This will include the source footage and create a pseudo clip that can now be loaded into the source monitor.

    3. Load clip into the source monitor, mark in to out and push it into the timeline.

    4. Step into the segmement, replace the footage and trim to desired length.

    This works great on multiple layer effects as you can tie them up into nice neat little packages.

     

     

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