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    Hi- I've tried looking for info on this- if it's out there, please excuse this question, but I can't find it :)
    I often cut multi-cam footage, and while I try to match the cameras before I start cutting, I often find I can do better. Trouble is, once I've cut a sequence, I have many many clips, all with the filter which I want to change.
    What's the best way to change all these at once- rather than going through clip-by-clip, removing the older colour correction, and adding the new one? I'm pretty sure there's a better way!
    Cheers-
    Work: Edius 7.20.437 on HP Z220 workstation; Edius 6.08 on i7 running Win 7 64 bit 6 GB RAM. Neo 2.0 on a Lenovo T61. JVC GY-HD201 and GY-HD110.
    Home: Canon HV20 and Panasonic GH1 (hacked); Neo 3.01 on HP elitebook 8440p i7 and Neo 1 on homemade dualcore desktop.

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    Yes there is!
    Select the clips in question.
    Right-click and pick Delete Parts>Filter>Video
    Make corrections to a single clip
    Select the clips in question (not including your corrected one)
    Ctrl+click your corrected clip (adds to selection)
    Ctrl+click your corrected clip (removes from selection) Its filters are now in the Information pallet.
    From the Information pallet drag your filters to the (remaining) selected clips!
    Now say OMG!
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    • #3
      You are an absolute gem! Thanks Rusty- this has saved me both time and boredom :)
      Work: Edius 7.20.437 on HP Z220 workstation; Edius 6.08 on i7 running Win 7 64 bit 6 GB RAM. Neo 2.0 on a Lenovo T61. JVC GY-HD201 and GY-HD110.
      Home: Canon HV20 and Panasonic GH1 (hacked); Neo 3.01 on HP elitebook 8440p i7 and Neo 1 on homemade dualcore desktop.

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