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David Powell
Any way to delete transitions between i/o?
on Jul 24, 2013 at 9:31:29 pm

In one shot?


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Andy Neil
Re: Any way to delete transitions between i/o?
on Jul 24, 2013 at 11:18:40 pm

God, I wish.

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David Eaks
Re: Any way to delete transitions between i/o?
on Jul 24, 2013 at 11:22:12 pm

The timeline index is pretty handy for this type of thing, but its not quite what your asking for.


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Andy Neil
Re: Any way to delete transitions between i/o?
on Jul 25, 2013 at 12:04:07 am

Actually, you reminded me of a great trick that could help OP. Open the timeline index and make sure it set to show everything. Then in the search bar, type, "undefined" because that's how FCPX categorizes the "role" of transitions. This should isolate all the transitions in your timeline where you can delete as many as you need to at a time.

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David Powell
Re: Any way to delete transitions between i/o?
on Jul 25, 2013 at 12:08:17 am

Excellent! I didnt know the timeline index could be used to select transitions. I have a process for which I slap on "sound only" transitions and then duplicate the project to make something entirely different and they get in the way of trimming down. By clicking "roles" and "sound only" I was able to delete them all in one pass just as I was hoping.

Thanks so much for the help.


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Charlie Austin
Re: Any way to delete transitions between i/o?
on Jul 25, 2013 at 4:58:08 am

[Andy Neil] "type, "undefined" because that's how FCPX categorizes the "role" of transitions."

Nice. :-) I saw this post and was trying to remember how I did this (by accident while messing with the index some time ago) Thanks for the tip!

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Craig Alan
Re: Any way to delete transitions between i/o?
on Jul 25, 2013 at 7:02:15 am

[Charlie Austin] "[Andy Neil] "type, "undefined" because that's how FCPX categorizes the "role" of transitions."

Nice. :-) I saw this post and was trying to remember how I did this (by accident while messing with the index some time ago) Thanks for the tip!
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How could you forget that? Undefined=Transitions is so intuitive! What else could it be?

Seriously, if you had "all" selected what made you think of typing undefined? Isn't ALL an undefined search?
I guess not. But what is/was your logic?

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I had to try this. Very cool. Thank you, All.

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Charlie Austin
Re: Any way to delete transitions between i/o?
on Jul 25, 2013 at 2:40:19 pm

[Craig Alan] "Seriously, if you had "all" selected what made you think of typing undefined? Isn't ALL an undefined search?
I guess not. But what is/was your logic? "


LOL I wasn't searching undefined, but seeing "undefined" listed, wondering what the hell that was, selecting it, and seeing a transition become selected. And then promptly forgetting it 'til now. :-)

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Ronny Courtens
Re: Any way to delete transitions between i/o?
on Jul 25, 2013 at 7:47:09 pm

Wow, I didn't know that! Thank you for the tip. Very useful.



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Craig Alan
Re: Any way to delete transitions between i/o?
on Jul 25, 2013 at 8:59:38 pm

[Charlie Austin] "but seeing "undefined" listed,"

Where is undefined listed?

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Charlie Austin
Re: Any way to delete transitions between i/o?
on Jul 25, 2013 at 9:04:13 pm

[Craig Alan] "Where is undefined listed?"

In the timeline index, if you show "All" clips, and you have the Roles column enabled, transitions all take that Role. The transition Name is listed, but whatever the name, all of them have the "undefined" Role and can be searched.

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Craig Alan
Re: Any way to delete transitions between i/o?
on Jul 25, 2013 at 9:36:42 pm

I have a timeline open with transitions. I open Index. Under Clips Tab>select all. Transitions listed. I open Role Tab. I see video and audio listed. That's it. Where do you see undefined?

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Charlie Austin
Re: Any way to delete transitions between i/o?
on Jul 25, 2013 at 9:47:42 pm

[Craig Alan] "Where do you see undefined?"

In the clip index, right click the header and enable the roles column... :-)



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Craig Alan
Re: Any way to delete transitions between i/o?
on Jul 25, 2013 at 11:51:25 pm

Ah the old right click on the header to show the unchecked columns trick.

I know you can create a custom role but is it possible to create one for all transitions?

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