How to repeat or paste slide effect for slideshow

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Hello,

  I tried to create the slideshow with still images.

But I have to add a slide effect one by one.

I know there is a way to copy & paste them.

Can you share your knowledge with me?

 

thank you for reading

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Is there an easy way for a lazy guy?

Use the default transition on all clips.

A dissolve or dip to black would work well and look more professional than 50 different transitions.

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How to repeat or paste slide effect for slideshow

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Hello,

  I tried to create the slideshow with still images.

But I have to add a slide effect one by one.

I know there is a way to copy & paste them.

Can you share your knowledge with me?

 

thank you for reading

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Correct answer by Peru Bob | Adobe Community Professional

Is there an easy way for a lazy guy?

Use the default transition on all clips.

A dissolve or dip to black would work well and look more professional than 50 different transitions.

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Can you post a screenshot of what you're trying to achieve?

You should be able to select the Effect from the Effect Controls window. Copy.

Select all the clips on the timeline and Paste.

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Are you talking about an effect or a transition?

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I still don't get email notifications from this community.

Adobe trying to fix it or LET IT GO or THEY DON'T CARE ANYMORE

Thank you guys for your patient.

 

I should use the word TRANSITION EFFECTS.

I just want to have different TRANSITION EFFECTS on all the images.

I have to click on one by one. 

Is there an easy way for a lazy guy?

 

thanks for reading it

 

 

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Copy/paste attributes.

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If you are using a transition drop it on the timeline. Set it how you want.

Select transition in timeline > Ctrl+C > select all cuts with Rolling Edit tool > Ctrl+V.

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I did that then I have to do one by one for fifty pictures.

Is there a template for Premiere Pro so it will do different motion or effects to each picture?

 

thank you.

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Not that I'm aware of.

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Is there an easy way for a lazy guy?

Use the default transition on all clips.

A dissolve or dip to black would work well and look more professional than 50 different transitions.

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Thank you

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