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Chapter 16. Filters And Compositing > To use Auto Select to apply a filter to m...

To use Auto Select to apply a filter to multiple clips

1.
In the Timeline, set In and Out points at the boundaries of the section where you want to apply the filter.

2.
Make sure the Auto Select control is enabled on all tracks where you want the filter to be applied; disable any tracks containing clips that you want to exclude from filtering (Figure 16.5).

Figure 16.5. Auto-selected clips appear highlighted in the Timeline; In and Out points mark the boundaries of the selection. Disabling the Auto Select control on V1 will exclude V1 clips from the batch filter application. Make sure the Auto Select control is enabled on all tracks where you want the filter to be applied.


3.
Choose Effects > Video (or Audio) Filters and select a filter from the submenu. If you selected multiple clips, Final Cut Express adds a separate copy of the filter to each clip between the In and Out points on tracks where Auto Select is enabled.

4.
Position the playhead over a frame in the selected clip range to see a preview of the effect in the Canvas.


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