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How to change opacity of multiple clips at the same time?

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Sep 29, 2020

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Dear Premiere Pro experts,

I have the following thing going on on my Sequence.

 

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These are still images that end at the same time. I need them all to simultaneously start fading to black from where the Playhead stands. I have tried adding Dip to Black transition onto one clip and copy-pasting to the rest but the problem is, Dip to Black doesn't fade evenly as you know. 

I believe Opacity change with keyframes will solve the problem but how can I apply the same Opacity change to all 12 clips at the same time? Copy pasting the keyframes 12 times doesn't sound like a fast workaround, because I have more of these Screenshots further ahead that need to be have the same fade to black. If anyone could help, I'd be most thankful.

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How to change opacity of multiple clips at the same time?

Explorer ,
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Dear Premiere Pro experts,

I have the following thing going on on my Sequence.

 

1.png

 

These are still images that end at the same time. I need them all to simultaneously start fading to black from where the Playhead stands. I have tried adding Dip to Black transition onto one clip and copy-pasting to the rest but the problem is, Dip to Black doesn't fade evenly as you know. 

I believe Opacity change with keyframes will solve the problem but how can I apply the same Opacity change to all 12 clips at the same time? Copy pasting the keyframes 12 times doesn't sound like a fast workaround, because I have more of these Screenshots further ahead that need to be have the same fade to black. If anyone could help, I'd be most thankful.

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I would add a black clip on V14 and fade it in. Or you could nest the whole selection and fade that out.

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Fade to black is best to use only as a double side transition not as a single sided transition.

Nest and add a cross dissolve.

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