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  • Edius 4.5 questions

    1. Is it possible to delete 1 video filter at a time for multiple clips? Currently I have several filters applied but only need to delete one of them.

    2. Is it possible to add an audio crossfade between two clips on the same track without effecting the video portion?

    3. Can anyone explain the fade in and fade out buttons? How do you make these buttons apply to both the video and audio on an AV track?
    Thanks,
    Ara

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  • #2
    1. Not that I am aware of. The 'Delete Parts > Filter' will remove all filters...not just a specific one

    2. Yes. Disable the 'apply transition at crossfade' option in the main application settings

    3. I believe this is the default behaviour, provided that you haven't unlinked the audio from the video. Is this not working?

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    • #3
      Thanks for your response. Everything works fine now. Will there ever be a fix for question #1?
      Thanks,
      Ara

      Windows 10 Home 64 Bit, Edius WG 9.54.6706, Intel Z370X Motherboard, i7-8700K 4.7 GHz 6 core, 12 Thread LGA-1151 CPU, GTX-1080 8GB Graphics card, 500GB M.2 PCIe NVM SSD, 16 TB Raid 0 Media Drive, 32 GB DDR4 Memory, Intensity Pro 4K AV I/O, CS 5.51 Production Suite.

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      • #4
        Not sure about a 'fix,' since there's no way of telling which particular filter you want to remove.

        There are workarounds though. If all the clips use the same filters and filter settings, and you want to remove just the one filter off all of them - adjust one clip, 'Copy' it, and then 'Replace Parts > Filter' to all the other clips. That'll change them all to match the first one.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by GrassValley_KH View Post
          ... adjust one clip, 'Copy' it, and then 'Replace Parts > Filter' to all the other clips. That'll change them all to match the first one.
          I can do that one clip at a time, but if I select multiple clips it does not work.

          My Procedure:
          • Applied color balance filter to all clips on VA1.
          • Selected the first clip and opened the balance filter settings. Made changes and closed settings.
          • Right click first clip and selected copy.
          • Selected all clips on VA1 except first clip.
          • right clicked one and hovered over 'Replace Parts' get the sub menu with all entries grayed out.

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          • #6
            The easiest way is to create the filter combination you want on one of the clips. Then save this filter combination with some name you decide. Delete ALL filters from the range of clips. Select the range of clips and apply this named filter. Yes I too find it annoying that one can't paste a filter combination to a range of clips any other way.

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            • #7
              Ah yes, I had my wires crossed.

              You can still apply an existing effect to many clips - just select the 'source' clip (to see the effect you want to copy in the Information Palette), then drag a selection box over the clips to receive a copy of the effect.

              Just drag and drop the effect from the info palette onto any of the highlighted clips and it should be applied to all of them.

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              • #8
                Thanks...I have done that before too. The example I gave was actually an simplified version. I edited 2 cameras into a single timeline and already deleted the original clips when they told me they wanted the color to match better than it was. So at that point I had a single track with clips from 2 sources. So I needed to color correct every other clip. There really was no good way to do it unless we had the ability to right click a clip in the bin and select 'apply filter to all timeline clips that originated from this bin clip'.

                I know, I'm dreaming.

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