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A1: You can drag and drop a filter from the Effects tab to the clip in the Timeline, or you can identify the clip by selecting it or moving the playhead over it and choosing an option from the Effects menu.
A2: Open the clip in the Viewer, and click the Filters tab. To change the priority of a filter, drag the filter name above or below another filter. To disable the filter, click the enable check box.
A3: Click the filter name, and press Delete. To delete all video filters, click Video Filters, and press Delete.
A4: Use the Color Corrector 3-way filter and the Color Corrector filter.
A5: The Frame Viewer and Video Scopes tools are used to view color changes.
A6: You can drag the Drag Filter icon from the Filters tab to another clip in the Timeline. To copy a filter to several clips at once, select those clips before dragging the filter. You can also use the Paste Attributes option.
A7: Nest them together.
A8: Use mattes and keys to composite clips.
A9: Position the playhead where you want to start or end a filter change, and click a parameter keyframe button. Reposition the playhead, and change that parameter.

Keyboard Shortcuts
Option-7Opens Frame Viewer tool
Option-9Opens Video Scopes tool
Option-PPreviews an effect
Option-clickSets a keyframe in the Viewer keyframe graph



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