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Making a Adjustment Layer adjust Motion Control

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Sep 02, 2020

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Okay, so I'm trying to add some fake handheld motion control to all of my footage, so like a MASTER adjustment layer. How can I do this? It's basically non-responsive to motion control. 

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Adjustment layers are not intended for motion control, but for purposes of adding effects, such as color grading (Lumetri) or other video effects.

 

If you want a camerashake to occur on a group of clips, select those, nest them and then add your desired motion effect to the nested sequence on the timeline.

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Making a Adjustment Layer adjust Motion Control

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Okay, so I'm trying to add some fake handheld motion control to all of my footage, so like a MASTER adjustment layer. How can I do this? It's basically non-responsive to motion control. 

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Correct answer by BrandedChannels | Adobe Community Professional

Adjustment layers are not intended for motion control, but for purposes of adding effects, such as color grading (Lumetri) or other video effects.

 

If you want a camerashake to occur on a group of clips, select those, nest them and then add your desired motion effect to the nested sequence on the timeline.

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Adjustment layers are not intended for motion control, but for purposes of adding effects, such as color grading (Lumetri) or other video effects.

 

If you want a camerashake to occur on a group of clips, select those, nest them and then add your desired motion effect to the nested sequence on the timeline.

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Explorer ,
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Ahh I see. That would be a good addition though, I really don't like always having to nest whole projects. 

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