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Chapter 11. Adding Effects > Removing and Disabling Effects

Removing and Disabling Effects

The Effect Controls palette also permits you to remove an effect or merely disable it temporarily. Disabling an effect leaves it applied to the clip with its settings intact, but excludes it from previews and export. Disabling a clip is useful when you want to compare how the clip looks with and without an effect. It’s also handy if you’re already satisfied with the effect but don’t want to slow previews.

To remove an effect:

1.
In the Timeline window, select a clip containing effects.

A thin blue line at the top of the clip indicates that it contains effects. When the clip is selected, its effects are listed in the Effect Controls palette.

2.
In the Effect Controls palette, select the name of the effect you want to remove.

The name of the effect appears in bold.

3.
Click the delete button (Figure 11.22).

Figure 11.22. In the Timeline window, select the clip containing the effect. In the Effect Controls palette, select the effect and then click the delete button.


Premiere prompts you to confirm whether you want to delete the effect.

4.
In the warning dialog box, click OK to confirm your choice.

The effect is removed from the list, and the clip no longer contains the effect (Figure 11.23).

Figure 11.23. The effect is removed from the list, and the clip no longer contains the effect.



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