I know you didn't used to be able to extend multiple video layers at one time, but has this been updated??
I am trying to move (extend) 50+ layers in the timeline in Photoshop CC 2017, but would like to be able to highlight (shift click) all of them and extend at the same time. How is this done??
There has been no change.
You can move clips together but can only trim one at a time
Hi Dave, thank you for responding. Do you mean you can extend clips together? or just move them back and forth in the timeline?
You can move them backward and forward together. But trimming (i.e. shortening or extending) can only be done on one clip at a time
Is this still the case in CC 2018?
Although you can only adjust them one at a time, I have found this method is pretty speedy.
Now it's just a matter of dragging one layer out so you can move the playhead to where you want to extend your layers to, then select each layer and hit your shortcut key. I found it's a lot faster than dragging out each layer by hand.
That's a good idea. Cheers!
I really cant understand why the function to adjust multiple layers is still not there. Being only able to this layer by layer is so tedious and time consuming.
I can't understand why Adobe takes so long to make obvious updates like this.
Not advanced programmer, but I'm pretty sure they can do this in less than a day.
Adobe, please add this funtionality - ridiculous
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I just created a Photoshop script that will let you resize multiple layers in a timeline and also reposition/stagger those layers. Here's a link to GitHub repository where you can download the script.
thanks so much. This is brilliant