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hi,

when i make some settings in the "adjustments" / "color","clolor (rgb)", "gamma correction", "lighting" or "temperature and tint", and then i select an other clip, when i come back to the first clip i cant see the settings i choose anymore, the blue frame enlighting the selected setting is invisible. which makes it really anoying to correct settings or to adjust the same settings to several clips.

i use premiere element 14 on windows 10. but it was the same on windows 7.

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adjustments settings invisible

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hi,

when i make some settings in the "adjustments" / "color","clolor (rgb)", "gamma correction", "lighting" or "temperature and tint", and then i select an other clip, when i come back to the first clip i cant see the settings i choose anymore, the blue frame enlighting the selected setting is invisible. which makes it really anoying to correct settings or to adjust the same settings to several clips.

i use premiere element 14 on windows 10. but it was the same on windows 7.

cheers

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I'm not quite sure what you're asking but, when you select a clip on your timeline, any Adjustments you've made to the clip will be indicated with a green dot on the Adjustments panel.

Also, if you want to apply the same adjustment settings to another or to several other clips, you need only right-click on the adjusted clip and select Copy, then select the other clip(s), right-click and select Paste Effects and Adjustments. Which is much easier than jumping back and forth between clips, trying to manually set each adjustment individually.

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i can see that green dot. i meant the setting itself. for example on "color" / "hue", if i select any of the 9 grades, i will see my selection surrounded by a blue line. but as soon as i select an other clip then go back to that one, i cant see aynmore which one of those 9 grades i selected.

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If you open up any of the Adjustments completely, you'll see the sliders that represent the levels each adjustment was set to.

What exactly are you trying to accomplish? If you just want to duplicate the adjustments, my copy/paste method will work.

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as mentioned in my first message, my problem is for the adjustments "color","color (rgb)", "gamma correction", "lighting" or "temperature and tint". there is no slidders there but rather 9 rectangles visualizing how the colors would be affected by that grade.

my problem is: as soon as i select an other clip and then come back to the first one, i cant see the settings i made, the selected rectangle is not surrounded anymore.

i know about that copy paste fonction.

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You still haven't said what you're trying to accomplish, other than just wanting to see what the settings are.

If we know what you're trying to do, we might be able to recommend a better way.

Meantime, there ARE sliders for Color, Color (RGB) and a number of settings. All you need to do to see them is click the More button on the lower right of any Adjustment Quick View panel.

As I said, these sliders will reflect your adjustment setting, even if you made the adjustment by clicking on the Quick View panel.

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that's what i found out already before this last message... the "more" button. now i dont have problem left.

is there any way to copy paste the adjustments without the effects?

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Not that I know of.

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