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Apply Transition to Multiple Clips All at Once

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Jul 20, 2016

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Not sure if this is the place, but I edit a lot of dance videos with multi tracks.  I cut up the top layers to dissolve from one track to the other.  It's time consuming to apply the same transition practically hundreds of times in this scenario.  Is there a way to select multiple segments and say "Apply default transition to all segments".  If not, then please put that on my wish list.  Thanks.

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Select all the clips you want to apply the default transition to by dragging across them with the Selection Tool (V), then type Command (Control) + D.

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Apply Transition to Multiple Clips All at Once

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Not sure if this is the place, but I edit a lot of dance videos with multi tracks.  I cut up the top layers to dissolve from one track to the other.  It's time consuming to apply the same transition practically hundreds of times in this scenario.  Is there a way to select multiple segments and say "Apply default transition to all segments".  If not, then please put that on my wish list.  Thanks.

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Correct answer by Meg The Dog | Adobe Community Professional

Select all the clips you want to apply the default transition to by dragging across them with the Selection Tool (V), then type Command (Control) + D.

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Select all the clips you want to apply the default transition to by dragging across them with the Selection Tool (V), then type Command (Control) + D.

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Thanks a lot!!!

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Thanks for asking this question!  It's valuable to me for speeding up my editing processes.

Thanks Meg The Dog for the answer.

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How does one set a default transition?

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Right click on transition. Same goes for audio transitions.

default transition.png

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Just saved a ton of time,

Thanks a lot!!

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Just to clarify one thing:

 

"press Control + D"

 

Thank you for the answer Meg. It helped a lot!

 

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For PC's. Mac's use a 'Command' key.

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