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Changing Final Cut Pro Filter Defaults

Final Cut Pro by default has each filter set up to apply with specific predetermined attributes. You can change these attributes, so when the filter is applied, it already has the desired attributes. 

To change a filters default attributes, it is very simple. First find the filter you desire in the Effects tab in the Browser, and then either hit return, or double click it to load it into the Viewer. Once in the Viewer from the Effects tab, you can make changes to the filter that will be remembered by Final Cut the next time the Filter is used.

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Another option is to create a favorite of a filter with specific attributes, but if you have a particular way you like to use a filter, changing the default is certainly a great option.  You can use this same workflow to change the defaults on transitions, and video generators as well.


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