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  • Transition transfer issue

    Is there a way to transfer a transition from one folder to another folder ? I have tried to copy / cut and paste , etc but it does not work.

    Is there another way in which this can be done ?

  • #2
    Apply it, find it in the information tab, right click and save as a current user preset. You can place it in any folder that you like (be sure you have the effects unlocked).
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    • #3
      Thanks very much . . . sounds pretty good. Now how would I assign a shortcut key to that said transition?

      Thanks again.


      • #4
        You can set it as your default transition.

        If you go in the user settings -> keyboard shortcuts type transition in the filter box you will see the available possibilities.

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        • #5
          Thank you.


          • #6
            You can also unlock the effects panel, then create a custom folder called "Most Used" and drag the most used transitions and filters to that folder, then lock the panel again

            see example attached
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            • #7
              Thanks also Anton.