Link an adjustment layer/filter to a specific layer - on a push

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Maybe someone can suggest a tip here - I'm trying to have a clip push in over a set of 4 clips arranged into a grid - two are affected by an adjustment layer and an overlay, two are unaffected. The clip pushing in from above is also meant to be affected by the filter and overlay, but during the overlap, the 4 clips below it are also being affected.

 

I've tried a dozen different nesting combinations, nothing seems to be working yet. Does anyone have a solution for how I can get the filter/overlay combo for the pushing in clip to not affect the 4 clips beneath it?

 

If it helps for context, I'm using Premier Pro 2017.

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Link an adjustment layer/filter to a specific layer - on a push

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Maybe someone can suggest a tip here - I'm trying to have a clip push in over a set of 4 clips arranged into a grid - two are affected by an adjustment layer and an overlay, two are unaffected. The clip pushing in from above is also meant to be affected by the filter and overlay, but during the overlap, the 4 clips below it are also being affected.

 

I've tried a dozen different nesting combinations, nothing seems to be working yet. Does anyone have a solution for how I can get the filter/overlay combo for the pushing in clip to not affect the 4 clips beneath it?

 

If it helps for context, I'm using Premier Pro 2017.

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Can you remake the transition adding effects to the clips rather than using an adjustment layer?

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Unfortunately no - while I could probably change the color of the clip itself, it's also using a video overlay of an old time film crackle, which can't be simulated on the clip itself.

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You can put the push clip in a new sequence and export it to a high quality intermediate file.

Then import the ontermediate file into the project and use that in the main sequence.

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...not sure how to do that 🙁

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