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apply a LUT to all the rushes in a bin

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Hi guys.

Is there a way to apply a LUT to all the rushes in a bin without having to select them one by one?

 

Other question: I've already started to edit so I'd also like the LUT to be applied to the rushes already edited in my timelines.

 

And, based on the copy/paste attributes technique, I tried to copy a LUT from one clip to others in the timeline but it doesn't work when you apply the LUT to master clips ...

 

Any idea?

Thanx a lot

Marc

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Correct answer by Mike Dziennik | Adobe Community Professional

Select multiple clips in your project panel and then drag a Lumetri Preset from the Effects panel to the clips. This will apply the preset as a Master clip effect on the selected clips.

You may have to remove any Lumetri 'clip effects' you have already applied to clips on your sequence, otherwise they will double up.

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apply a LUT to all the rushes in a bin

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Hi guys.

Is there a way to apply a LUT to all the rushes in a bin without having to select them one by one?

 

Other question: I've already started to edit so I'd also like the LUT to be applied to the rushes already edited in my timelines.

 

And, based on the copy/paste attributes technique, I tried to copy a LUT from one clip to others in the timeline but it doesn't work when you apply the LUT to master clips ...

 

Any idea?

Thanx a lot

Marc

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Correct answer by Mike Dziennik | Adobe Community Professional

Select multiple clips in your project panel and then drag a Lumetri Preset from the Effects panel to the clips. This will apply the preset as a Master clip effect on the selected clips.

You may have to remove any Lumetri 'clip effects' you have already applied to clips on your sequence, otherwise they will double up.

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Select multiple clips in your project panel and then drag a Lumetri Preset from the Effects panel to the clips. This will apply the preset as a Master clip effect on the selected clips.

You may have to remove any Lumetri 'clip effects' you have already applied to clips on your sequence, otherwise they will double up.

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heyyyy, thank you very much. I didn't know that one!

So, if the DOP send me a LUT, I import it, save it as a preset and drag and drop it from the effect window to all the rushes I want? Great

 

Thanx a lot

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You can set the lut as a master effect.

Do one clip then copy paste all the rest in the project window.

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I tried but I couldn't copy/paste attributes to clips in a bin, only in a timeline.

But Mike gave me a good solution.

Thank you

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You cannot paste attributes in a bin. Just regular ctrl+C > ctrl+V.

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