Here is some starter information for you to experiment with...
Adjust the volume of one, select the clip, Edit Menu/Copy, select the rest, Edit Menu/Paste Effects and Adjustments
Adjust the opacity of one, select the clip, Edit Menu/Copy, select the rest, Edit Menu/Paste Effects and Adjustments
Highlight all the clips involved, right click anywhere in the highlight, select Time Stretch, and make your adjustments in the Time Stretch dialog. That should work for anything in the highlight even on another track, but no saying there might be exceptions depending what is on the other tracks...not ready to genealize on that 100% yet.
4. Right now no for font changes more than one at a time....will think about that some more.
In addition to ATR's suggestions, regarding the Audio, one can adjust the Volume for an entire Track of Clips, via the Audio Mixer. However, if one has several Audio Tracks, with multiple Clips on each, they would need to adjust the Volume of one Track, then adjust the Volume of the other Track(s) to match.
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Would you please detail how you would go about adjusting the Volume of an entire audio track with the Audio Mixer so that all the audio clips on that audio track would end up with the same volume all at one time.
ATR & Bill Hunt,
Thanks! You are lifesavers.
I was trying to make the changes by using the Adjust slider, which gave the following message:
"Multiple clips selected. Please select only one clip.”
Duration/speed works fine as you say...I could have sworn that's what I was trying before, but evidently not...
There's a key to (almost) any lock... you just have to know where it is.
Thanks for the follow up. Sounds like the suggestions worked for you. Great news.