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    Is there a way to copy an audio level and paste it to one or more clips in ver. 4.24 ?

    Thanks.
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  • #2
    Do you mean the audio nodes? Then no, but it's a great feature request...you can post it in the appropriate forum.

    As for copying an audio filter (such as EQ) it's very easy...all you do is drag and drop a filter from the Information window into the new clip that you want.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by STORMDAVE View Post
      Do you mean the audio nodes? Then no, but it's a great feature request...you can post it in the appropriate forum.

      As for copying an audio filter (such as EQ) it's very easy...all you do is drag and drop a filter from the Information window into the new clip that you want.

      Yes you could just change the level in EQ without adjusting any frequency and this is a workaround for audio level paste. (-:
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      • #4
        Yes I meant "volume nodes", sorry. In FCP it gives you the option to paste audio filters, pan and/or volume to one or many clips at once. Thank you both for your answers. I will try out the eq filter and paste.

        Thanks.
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        • #5
          you can copy/paste the panpot filter to as many clips in one hit as you like

          the panpot filter consists of left volume, right volume and pan
          Anton Strauss
          Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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          • #6
            Thanks Anton. Panpot works but I have to copy and paste each clip one by one. It's a little faster then pasting node for node, but it still could be faster. Eq only goes as low as -12db and panpot goes to -83 db which is the same as mute I guess.Both panpot and eq have no correalation to the audio mixer or the nodes,ie: they both register 0db. I don't understand that. There already is a feature request posted similiar to this one.
            Thanks all.
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            • #7
              no, you can drag it to all clips in one hit

              1. create the panpot filter for your first clip and make sure the filter shows in info palette

              2. select all clips you you wish to apply it to and drag from info palette to any of the selected clips and it will appear on all

              or, apply it to first clip and then save it as a user preset, now you can drag it anytime you need to any or all selected clips
              Anton Strauss
              Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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              • #8
                I just figured out the drag and drop feature, thanks.
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