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Re: same pan/cop settings across multiple events

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Terence KearnsRe: same pan/cop settings across multiple events
by on Apr 22, 2012 at 2:21:42 am

That is a great tip. I never thought of that.

I tried it out just then. Only fly in the ointment is that it also "ADDED" effects from the effects chain to the target events.

Here's what I did:
I selected an event which had the pan/crop attribute I wanted. So happened that this event also had a "Brightness and Contrast" filter applied (event level). I copied the event.
I pasted the event attribtes to clips which already had the same "Brightness and Contrast" filter applied. It resulted in them having the desired pan/crop, but it also stacked an additional instance of the "Brightness and Contrast" filter in the effects chain.

Obviously in this situation, I could work around it by dragging all those events with the same "Brightness and Contrast" settings to a separate track and apply the effect at a track level, but I would have to maintain duplicate track level effects since Vegas doesn't have adjustment layers (as will be introduced into Premiere Pro CS6).

Thanks for the tip though.


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