Depending on which version of the program you are using, you can use a PiP preset acrosss your entire movie. You can also add a setting to one clip (Say, opacity at 50%) and paste that, in one move, onto all of the other video clips on your timeline.
But, again, how you do these things depends on which version of the program you're using.
Using ver 11
Thanks for the replay. So, ok. Sounds like I can kind of do what I want, but not sure how. Can you point me to where this is talked about in the user guide. I did look but assume now, I somehow missed this info. Both options are in play here.
I.e. I'd like to apply PIP to an entire track. Also same with the transparently effect.
Taking this to next obvious set, would these technics work with all or most of the "canned" FX effects.
Again to be clear, what I have in this project is several jpegs on a track that I want to apply the same effects too.
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Position and scale your PiP to the size and position you want and then reduce your Opacity. Do this for your first clip.
When you're satisfied, right-click on the clip and select Copy.
Then select all of the other clips on your timeline, right click and select Paste Effects and Attributes.
Awesome. Thanks so much. Tried it and worked great.
Great news. Please mark this thread as answered. Thanks!
Hopefully I did mark this......did a "correct". If that is what you were referring to.