I have a very complex music video edit. Hundreds of cuts. I'm not a colorist by trade, so I don't really know how much I like the idea of using speedgrade right now... having to export to dpx format, not being able to conveniently make changes after the color correction (which I do every time), learning a new interface, etc.
So, I want to try to do thigns within premiere if possible. The way I'd like to do this is by throwing my grades on adjustment layers for each edit / clip. However, I do not want to add and trim 500 adjustment layers, one for each edit.
Is there a way to add one adjustment layer, extend it over the entire timeline, and then just paste in all the edit points somehow? To chop the adjustment layer up exactly as my video is chopped up below it? The footage underneath is flattned and ready to grade.
I guess I'll just add that I managed to accompolish this, by just over and over using the shortcuts, "add edit to all tracks" and jumping to "next edit" over and over. Took a few minutes, and made a few slices through my video clips that I didn't have before, but it got the job done relatively quickly, albeit in a round-about sort of way.
Case closed, I guess, unless anyone knows of a better way to do this.