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    I'm using Sony Movie Studio Platinum Suite and have 12 movie clips on 1 track in the timeline.
    I want to turn "loop off" on all the clips at once. Can I select all and change the properties or do I have to do them 1 at a time ?
    Thanks in advance

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    It must surely have taken you longer to type that question than to try it!
    The answer is yes you can select all the events and turn off loop.
    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimStannard View Post
    It must surely have taken you longer to type that question than to try it!
    The answer is yes you can select all the events and turn off loop.
    To turn on / off loop you do a right mouse click on an event then select properties and then turn on or off the check box for loop. The problem is that if you select more than 1 event the properties is greyed out. What trick am I missing ?

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    kayjas,
    select Switches > Loop, not Properties.

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    Brilliant! Thanks for that.

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