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Adobe Premier Elements 2018 - Issue with Effects

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The first clip for my video is raw video to which I applied an effect (Vignetting).  I then added snapshots following the raw video, and for some reason they appear with the Vignetting effect also.  When I try to remove this effect from the snapshots (selecting each clip and then selecting the effect edit), the effect does not show up in my list of effects, so I cannot delete it.  HELP!

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An adjustment layer is created in the Projects Assets panel and normally placed above the primary video tracks.  Applying an effect to it causes all of the clips below it to have that effect.   So it would be "normal" for all your clips and images under it to share the vignetting applied to the adjustment layer.   

It is also possible to "copy" effects and "paste" them to multiple clips and images.   

 

If you put the highlight an image, and open the effects panel do you see an applied vignett?

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Adobe Premier Elements 2018 - Issue with Effects

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The first clip for my video is raw video to which I applied an effect (Vignetting).  I then added snapshots following the raw video, and for some reason they appear with the Vignetting effect also.  When I try to remove this effect from the snapshots (selecting each clip and then selecting the effect edit), the effect does not show up in my list of effects, so I cannot delete it.  HELP!

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Correct answer by whsprague | Adobe Community Professional

An adjustment layer is created in the Projects Assets panel and normally placed above the primary video tracks.  Applying an effect to it causes all of the clips below it to have that effect.   So it would be "normal" for all your clips and images under it to share the vignetting applied to the adjustment layer.   

It is also possible to "copy" effects and "paste" them to multiple clips and images.   

 

If you put the highlight an image, and open the effects panel do you see an applied vignett?

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I moved your post over from the poorly named Community Help forum, which is for getting help using this forum system, to a better forum, Premiere Elements.

 

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Thank you!!

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What steps did you use to apply your video effect to your clip and which version of the software are you using?

It sounds like you may have inadvertantly created an adjustment layer.

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Hi, and thank you for your quick response!

I am using Adobe Premier Elements 2018, and I believe I clicked and pulled the vignetting effect from the bar on right over the raw video clip.

How can I tell whether I've created an adjustment layer?  And if I did, how can I remove it?

 

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An adjustment layer is created in the Projects Assets panel and normally placed above the primary video tracks.  Applying an effect to it causes all of the clips below it to have that effect.   So it would be "normal" for all your clips and images under it to share the vignetting applied to the adjustment layer.   

It is also possible to "copy" effects and "paste" them to multiple clips and images.   

 

If you put the highlight an image, and open the effects panel do you see an applied vignett?

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That was it!  I had not scrolled up and had not seen the layer.  I deleted it, and then just copied the effect to the one video clip (which is what I though I'd done from the beginning).  Somehow I had created the layer.  Thank you again!! 😄

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Thanks for replying that you got it fixed.  The fun here is finding out someone has been helped!

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