Happy new year! So, you can copy a clip's attribute and paste those attributes to a new clip or several new clips.
But how can I copy many attributes of already edited clips to the same edit but with new clips?
So, I have several edits in a sequence. Every edit has unique attributes (position, scale etc).
I have the exact same edits in a new sequence. But that new sequence has a different source file. How do I paste the exact same attributes to the new edit now? I can't pick every single edit and paste to a new clip because there are hundred of edits.
Select all the clips on the timeline and press Ctrl + C. Then go to the new sequence and select all the clips again, and then press Ctrl + Alt + V. In the window that appears, select which attributes and effects you want to apply to new clips.
@richard Thanks I was thinking about that too. Probably have to do it that way, but can't "compare" the two different timelines then (because if I replace footage on clips, it gets replaced on "original" too)
@Baffy19 No, as I wrote. That way you copy the attributes of the first clip only and paste the very same attributes to every new clip selected.