I am editing a music video and need to make color and contrast adjustments to the clips. The video was shot in a few locations and each location requires different color correction, etc. For example, there are clips from an office under fluorescent lighting, and other clips shot in backlit sunset. The clips alternate between the different locations/lighting setups and I think that once I decide on something that works, I could apply the same adjustments to all of the other clips from each setup.
I've been thinking about the best way to apply my adjustments to each clip. I can only think to copy and paste the video effects and manually copy/paste into each clip. But I thought I would reach out and see if anyone here could advise me on a better, more elegant way to do this.
I put each camera setup on a separate video track, it is then easy to select all the clips and paste the colour correction effect
Ah, great and simple tip. Thank you.
I was imagining there might be a tricky way to use an adjustment layer so that I could avoid having to copy and paste multiple adjustments to multiple clips.