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  • Finding replaced dummy effects

    When you have a huge project and Edius tells you that it can't find an effect or transition and has replaced it with a dummy effect... how on earth am I supposed to find where the dummy effect is so I can fix it? (I have seen terrible dummy replacements that Edius does like replace an effect with a "negative film" effect. At least DISABLE the effect and don't try to replace it. And let me see where the problem is.
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    If Edius knows a effect is missing it should be possible to state the name and a marker at the respective place, replacement with 'random' effect is indeed hard to find back.

    If you move project between systems with various plug-ins scattered among them this can become a real nightmare.
    Tony D.

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