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  • How do I know an effect has been applied to a clip ?

    I am a newbie to Edius and have tried searching the forum for an answer regarding my question, but in vain.

    My question is that: after doing a lot of editing in the timeline consisting of dozens of clips, how do I know in which clips that a certain effect such as speed or time remapping has been applied ?

    Thanks in advance for your reply.

    jusko

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    Originally posted by jusko View Post
    My question is that: after doing a lot of editing in the timeline consisting of dozens of clips, how do I know in which clips that a certain effect such as speed or time remapping has been applied ?
    jusko
    That is a very interesting Question, something I have not thought about or sought.
    The answer is I cannot find one, there does not seem to be any indication on a clip where either have been added. Just tried it and there is no indication other than playing the clip.
    A good question anyone else have an input?
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    • #3
      If a filter is on a clip, there is a blue line on the top of it. For time remapping etc, you have to right click on the clip in question & look for the "tick" next to the relating menu item.
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      • #4
        Speed and time remap are also visible in the information pallet window.
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        • #5
          I have made a layout with the "effect", "Information", "bin" windows open
          all time. This way all information for a clip are visible all time, the speed and time remap are visible in the upper text area in the infomation window.

          Sebastian

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          • #6
            Thank you all of you, Sebastian, SRsupport, mattmatt and Bluetongue. You are all very helpful indeed. The question I asked had baffled me for quite a while and now all you experts helped me solve that. I am very happy indeed.

            Best Regards
            jusko
            Last edited by jusko; 01-29-2008, 03:09 AM.

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