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Old 10-22-2016, 02:53 AM   #1
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Default Issue Importing PSD frames onto timeline

I'm using Edius 7, and when I import PSD files I've worked on in Photoshop into my timeline it always by default has the Color Range set to White but I need them to all import as Super White. I have to manually go to each individual frame and click properties and change them all to Super White. Sometimes I've had 100 or more PSD files I've had to do this too. I realize this might be something I can change when I save the file out of Photoshop but I don't know that would be.

How would you import as Super White all at once?

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Old 10-22-2016, 03:02 AM   #2
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EDIUS User Settings, Source, Automatic Correction, set RGB to Super White, then reload the PSD to bin
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EDIUS User Settings, Source, Automatic Correction, set RGB to Super White, then reload the PSD to bin
Thank you, appreciate it. But won't this make it so anything I add to the timeline including video clips will be set to Super White?
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If you go to User Settings > User Interface > Bin and add 'Color range' column, you can then shift select multiple pds's and toggle them between white and super white in one go.
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Thank you, appreciate it. But won't this make it so anything I add to the timeline including video clips will be set to Super White?
it only affects RGB files, typically stills
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If you go to User Settings > User Interface > Bin and add 'Color range' column, you can then shift select multiple pds's and toggle them between white and super white in one go.
that is another good solution as long as you are in bin detail view
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