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    I am picking up an older Project of mine to continue where I left. I've been using some stills between video, and between stills I use a Page Curl as transition. Edius has many different Page Curls and my question is: Can I find somewhere which Page Curl I took previously? See screenshot
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    "In regione caecorum rex est luscus" (Desiderius Erasmus, AD 1,500)

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    yours is the plain EDIUS 3D page peel
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    Anton Strauss
    Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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    • #3
      Thanks, Anton, on my way again. But, how do you know, and how do I know? Do I miss something on the screen somewhere? I'd like to take this broader: Where do you see which transition is present between clips? And this goes for Audio as well as for Video. Where are the "properties" of any transition on the Timeline? Thanks.
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      Sony HXR-NX100, HDR-CX900, HDR-PJ620, HDR-GW55 (HVR-V1), XZP, Zoom Q8
      "In regione caecorum rex est luscus" (Desiderius Erasmus, AD 1,500)

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      • #4
        Assuming you have the project as per your screen shot click on the transition and look in the information window. If you want to find out what particular settings were used double click on the transition in the information window and it will open up and show you.

        If you only have the final video you can only guess based on what it looks like, in the same way that if you look at a clip you had graded you can only guess what settings are used.
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        • #5
          Yes, thank you - this is what I missed.
          Edius 9.5 Pro on Windows 10 on Intel i7-4770K
          Sony HXR-NX100, HDR-CX900, HDR-PJ620, HDR-GW55 (HVR-V1), XZP, Zoom Q8
          "In regione caecorum rex est luscus" (Desiderius Erasmus, AD 1,500)

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