Is there a way to do this after I did all the cutting?
When I try it, I loos all but 1 clip.
Where can I find the index from where you got the FAQ?
Take one of your clips and drop it on the "New Item" button at the bottom of the Project panel. That will create a sequence of exactly the right kind to fit your footage. Now delete the clip use used from the new sequence.
Go to the edited sequence.
Shrink the sequence down to where you can see everything then select everything and ctrl-c to copy it.
Go back to the new sequence and ctrl-v to paste.
That should do it.
CTRL-A to select ALL in a Sequence
Ensure all tracks are targetted first
Even when I select all, it still only grabs the one clip. I am doing this after cliped them together, and saved them.
This is the before and after screen shots.
Open Sequence 01
CTRL-A to select all
CTRL-C to copy
Open GGPR3356.MP4 sequence
Make sure you have your CTI at the start of the sequence
CTRL-V to paste
The best option, outlined above, is to make sure your Sequence settings match the your source footage. However, there will be times when you are mixing different resolution clips together (importing stills for instance). What I do is go to Edit > Preferences > General and look for the checkbox that says "Default Scale to Frame Size". I check this and it then remains checked for future projects and whenever you import clips or stills, Premiere will scale them to fit the current Sequence size.
Changing this checkbox does NOT affect clips already imported - you can right-click each clip on the timeline and manually check or uncheck "Scale to Frame", but that would be tedious for a lot of clips, so the Copy/Paste method in previous replies is an elegant and quick solution.
Note that even though you can do the "Default Scale", this is not a substitute for choosing the correct Sequence settings! If you edit HD clips in an SD sequence, with the intent of exporting to an HD format, you have killed the quality by using SD Sequence in the workflow, and you would want to retain the HD settings and quality throughout the workflow.
I hope you find this explanation helpful
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I would love to say it's working, but It isn't. I am going to go back and start over, and hope for the best.
It still,(no matter what I do) only applies the fix to one of the clips.
Thanks for the help.
Edit, I started over, and it worked just fine.
Again, Thank you.