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Back to Basics 2: Avid Express Pro Effects

When you already have one effect applied to a transition in a sequence, you can apply an effect to multiple transitions at the same time.

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How to apply an effect to multiple transitions in the Timeline:

1.If there is not already an effect on one of the transitions, add a transition effect.

2.Enter Effect mode, for example, by selecting Toolset > Effects Editing.

3.Click the existing transition effect to select it.

4.Click above the Timeline and begin dragging to activate a selection box. Continue to drag down and either to the left or right to include additional transitions in the selection.

5.Release the mouse button when you have lassoed all the transitions you want.

6.If the transitions where you want to apply the effect are not contiguous, Shift+click any transition to deselect it.

7.In the Effect Palette, double-click the icon for the effect that you want to apply to the transitions.

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