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Joseph Torres
How to know if certain filter has been applied to all clips in sequence.
on Dec 19, 2013 at 7:25:33 am

I am currently in post-production of a feature film of mines and I have applied a "mojo" filter to every single clip in the entire movie to give a certain feel to it. However, being that I put it on so many clips, sometimes I wonder if I missed a clip or two (this has happened in the past). Although you can tell when the mojo filter is applied to a clip, sometimes you can't really tell depending on the brightness and location.

What I want to know is, without having to go back and double clicking on every single individual clip to see if the filter is applied, is there a way to see the filter(s) for every clip in the sequence all at the same time? Or at least in an easier way?


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Nick Meyers
Re: How to know if certain filter has been applied to all clips in sequence.
on Dec 20, 2013 at 3:25:15 pm

ANSWER 1:
hit option command T
OR hit the tiny blue & green button lower left of timeline.

this will open a small view under each track.
a blue line indicates a motion effect is applied,
a green bar indicates a filter is applied.

you cant see what type of folter or how many.


ANSWER 2:
open your first clip into the viewer, go to the filters tab
hit the down arrow to move from clip to clip while staying in the filters tab.

you;d have to do this track by track.


nick


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