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    Im using Sony Vegas Pro 9
    I have a question which I dont think has been answered but many of you will of probably dealt with it the looong way around,maybe.
    Anyhow vegas..

    • video on the time line
    • split and edited
    • add video fx to just one splitted segment on the time line
    • make custom adjustments in the event fx,as you do.

    Now I realize I really like that adjustment,I add the same video fx to my other segmented video files....
    My question IS how do I transfer my custom adjustments from the event fx to the rest of my segments?

    Two ways around Ive done before but there must be an easy way???
    Without doing a render or writing down all the individual ajustments.
    Please help?

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    Simply save your setting as a preset. (Little Floppy Disc Icon at top of window). Or, Apply the setting to a whole track and move the clips affected to that track too of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Lockwood View Post
    Simply save your setting as a preset. (Little Floppy Disc Icon at top of window)
    Doh,that did it,saved my hours of work

    I dont know why?each time I read (Little Floppy Disc Icon at top of window)
    I make a chineese accent!


    thanks again so quick
    Im amazed,again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by marrs2 View Post
    . . . but there must be an easy way???
    You want a really easy-peasy 2-Click way?

    Right click on the FX-ed Event > Copy > Right click on new Event and select "Paste Event Attributes".

    This was meant exactly for this procedure - I do this ALL the time. Sure, you don't get a saved Preset. Sure you don't have it for future Projects, as you WOULD with a saved Preset, but as an EASY 2-click transfer of attributes from one EVENT to another, brill!

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    Agree with that guys, but when oh when are Sony going to give us a choice of what FX we copy/paste?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Archie View Post
    Agree with that guys, but when oh when are Sony going to give us a choice of what FX we copy/paste?
    Well, if you want to CHOOSE a tailor-made Fx to be repeated applied then SONY do have this as an option for us. It is called a Filter Package. This can include Presets, but ALSO chained FXs. I have something in excess of 400 of these.

    Pasting attributes take ALL the atribs from one Event to another.

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    What I mean Grazie is the ability to choose what you paste. Let's say you've got a colour correction, plus a vignette, plus a velocity envelope. If you copy/paste, you paste all of them. But what if I only want to paste the colour correction?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Archie View Post
    What I mean Grazie is the ability to choose what you paste. Let's say you've got a colour correction, plus a vignette, plus a velocity envelope.
    . . . . Quite.

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