Instead of Field Options/Flicker Removal, please give a look at the following
Given you have 5 clips and you want to try to address the flicker issue all at one time rather than one at a time....
a. Highlight the first clip, go to Applied Effects Tab/Applied Effects Palette/Motion Panel opened and expanded and the Anti-Flicker option at the bottom of the opened and expanded Motion Panel. Set the Anti-Flicker value (max 1.00).
b. Then back at the Timeline, right click that first clip and select Copy.
c. Then select the other 4 all at the same time. Right click anywhere in the selection, select Paste Effects and Adjustments.
d. Each clip should then have the same Anti-Flicker setting.
Remember, when you Copy/Paste Effects and Adjustments, other clip applied attributes may be included besides the Anti-Flicker.
Please check that out and let us know if that works for you.
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I tried your suggestion several times. I was not able to select the other video clips all at the same time. I was able to only select one at a time. How do I select them all at the same time?
After setting the anti-flicker effect,
right click on clip in timeline and copy.
Now lasso all the other clips, right click and Paste Effects and Ajustments.
Why do you want all the clips to have anti-flicker. I can understand one or two but all?
Thanks for asking for additional information on the suggested feature.
There are several scenarios for selecting more than one clip at a time. See which one works best for you.
Starting immediately after you have applied Anti-Flicker to the first clip and have done the copy in the initial step.
1. If you clips are not necessary side by side right next to each other, you might want to hold down the Shift key as you click on the ones that you want to be selected all at one time. Then the Paste Effects and Adjustments part.
2. If the clips are side by side right next to each other, you could use the mouse cursor to left click and drag a rectangle out around the clips to be selected in order to select them. Then the Paste Effects and Adjustments part.
3. If you want all the clips on the Timeline, then Edit Menu/Select All and then the Paste Effects and Adjustments part.
Any further questions or if you need clarification on any thing written, please do not hesitate to ask.
Looking forward to your results.