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Scott Thomas
Splitting up a clip using edit point on another layer
on Jun 9, 2014 at 3:24:22 pm

I know this has been covered before but I can't find the solution.

I have a sequence of edits on V1 that are now offline. The sequence has been conformed elsewhere and exported as a single clip. I know want to put the online version on V2 and split it up using the edit points from V1 so I can grade the clips.

How do I apply the edit points on V1 to the clip on V2?


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Michael Hancock
Re: Splitting up a clip using edit point on another layer
on Jun 9, 2014 at 3:46:23 pm

Effects Palette: Image -> Reformat. Drop this on the single exported file, say on V2.

Make sure the track with the reformat effect is active and effects mode is open. Also click the track you want it to pull edit points from. In the effect panel, click Subdivide. It will add cuts to the reformat effect based on the other activated track.

After this you want can Alt/Cmd+Lasso left to right to select all the clips on the track with the reformat effects and hit Remove Effect to get rid of the Reformat effect.

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Scott Thomas
Re: Splitting up a clip using edit point on another layer
on Jun 9, 2014 at 4:01:57 pm

Thanks Michael. Works a treat.


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Todd Sandler
Re: Splitting up a clip using edit point on another layer
on Jun 9, 2014 at 7:51:59 pm

Michael-

I cant find REFORMAT under the Image effects


Reformat has its own grouping, but SUBDIVIDE is not under there.



Can you provide a bit more direction as to where this effect lives?

Thanks

Todd

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Michael Hancock
Re: Splitting up a clip using edit point on another layer
on Jun 9, 2014 at 8:05:49 pm

My mistake. It's Reformat-->Pan and Scan. You want the Pan and Scan effect. I was going off memory and screwed it up.

When you apply the Pan and Scan effect, it has an option to Subdivide.

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Todd Sandler
Re: Splitting up a clip using edit point on another layer
on Jun 9, 2014 at 8:08:38 pm

Very cool. Thanks, Michael

Todd

MC8
OS 10.8.5
2 X 3.2 QuadCore
26GB RAM
QT 7.6.6
Blackmagic Intensity Pro


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