Batch processing of clips in a timeline

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BikeRNick
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Batch processing of clips in a timeline

Post by BikeRNick »

Is there a way to apply a change to all (or multiple) clips in a timeline\project?
e.g. I have 88 clips and I want all of them changed to 150% speed and 150% zoom and the same horizontal and vertical settings in the pan&zoom.
Even if I could make the dialog always open with the values I want as default would help.
Thanks in advance.
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Re: Batch processing of clips in a timeline

Post by tletter »

BikeRNick wrote: Batch processing of clips in a timeline
The way of "batch processing" that I know of is to select all clips to be processed then right-click and see the options available. Unfortunately, "Copy Attributes" and "Paste All Attributes" won't do what you want.

In short, I've not run across a way to do what you want to do. It would be nice to batch process Mercalli, but instead this must be done on a time consuming clip-by-clip basis.

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