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David SmoothAdobe Premiere Pro CC multiple effects delete
by on May 19, 2016 at 4:33:20 pm

So I've added a BRIGHTNESS & CONTRAST effect to all my clips in my edit but now I want to get rid of all of them. Is there a way to delete all of them in one go rather than manually clicking on each clip, selecting the effect and deleting it? Is there a batch delete function or something?

Bear in mind I can't use UNDO (CTROL-Z) as I've made changes to my timeline that I want to keep since I added the brightness and contrast effect.


Thanks in advance for any suggestions you legends might have

-Dave


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Tero AhlforsRe: Adobe Premiere Pro CC multiple effects delete
by on May 19, 2016 at 5:16:08 pm

Select the clips on the timeline. Then right click - remove effects.


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David SmoothRe: Adobe Premiere Pro CC multiple effects delete
by on May 19, 2016 at 5:26:35 pm

Wouldn't that remove all effects though?


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Alex UdellRe: Adobe Premiere Pro CC multiple effects delete
by on May 19, 2016 at 6:10:17 pm

I think they added a dialogue that lets' you choose...

try on a couple...

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Oki PienandoroRe: Adobe Premiere Pro CC multiple effects delete
by on May 20, 2016 at 4:49:20 am

Yes it will remove all fx, it's not doable in your case.
But i think you can use faster way isntead manually clicking it.

Are you aware that you can jump through the selected clip without clicking, right ?
Use Ctrl + Up/Down Arrow

You can hover your mouse in effects tab.
This way you can jump through the clip with minimal clicking.
And yes the removal have to be done manually.
But at least you didn't have to switch back and forth between clip in the timeline and the effects tab.

The other option would be to edit the project file, Premiere rpohect file actually a 7zip file, you can rename the extension to 7z, then extract, after that you add .xml extension to the extracted files.
You can edit the project internally.

However, i'm not well versed which lines need to be removed. You better make a copy of the project, or even make a test project with minimalis effects to see which one is working and didn't corrupt your project.

The benefit of 2nd approach obviously you can do this with Regex Find and Replace.
Depends how big your project is, this is a doable method to batch remove/mass edit project files internally.
I personally don't recommend 2nd option unless you really know what you're doing.

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