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Hi,

I am new to PP and just performed a Lumetri Color colour correction to a clip.  How to replicate this particular FX and it's precise setting over to another clip?  I've tried r-click on "Lumetri Color" in the Effects Control, but not sure how to paste onto the same FX on another clip (if indeed this is the workflow).  Please advise, thank you, D. 

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Adobe Community Professional , Jan 30, 2021 Jan 30, 2021
How to replicate this particular FX and it's precise setting over to another clip? Select the clip that has the desired effect on it in the timeline. In the Effects Control Panel, highlight the Lumetri effect and Copy. Select the clip(s) in the timeline that you wish to add the Lumetri effect to and paste it into the Effects Control Panel.   or   Right click the clip that has the desired effect on it in the timeline and Copy. Select and right click the clip(s) in the timeline that you wish to ad...

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Also, generally, how to simply remove an effect from a clip? 

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How to replicate this particular FX and it's precise setting over to another clip?

Select the clip that has the desired effect on it in the timeline. In the Effects Control Panel, highlight the Lumetri effect and Copy.

Select the clip(s) in the timeline that you wish to add the Lumetri effect to and paste it into the Effects Control Panel.

 

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Right click the clip that has the desired effect on it in the timeline and Copy.

Select and right click the clip(s) in the timeline that you wish to add the Lumetri effect and click Paste Attributes. Choose Lumetri.

 

Also, see here:

https://helpx.adobe.com/se/premiere-pro/using/applying-removing-finding-organizing-effects.ug.html

 

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Also ... you can create presets of any one or even a group of effects from the Effects Control Panel (ECP).

 

Right-click the title line of an effect in the ECP,  "Create Preset" ... and then that effect and all parameters currently set are stored in the Presets bin of the Effects panel. You can apply the effect with those presets to any single or selected group of clips.

 

You can select several effects at once in the ECP and right-click/Save as Preset ... and apply a full stack of effects in one go.

 

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