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Save it as a preset?
Copy and paste keyframes?
Using After Effects is easier and faster, if you have AE you might want to try that.
I don't know why PPro has to be so clunky with keyframing when Adobe could just take everything about keyframing in After Effects and put it in PPro.
Easier said than done, I'm sure...but I feel better saying it :)
Saving as a Preset works partially.
If the clips were exactly the same, the ending keyframe would line up, but all of my clips are of different lengths.
The Preset works for the beginning key frames and Ease out, but then you need a different Preset for the ending Key frames.
Still it saves a little time.
After a bit more testing, - here's what seems to work.
I made a Preset which sets the initial Key Frames and Ease Out.
I then apply it to the beginning of a new clip.
Adjust my starting key frames and then go to the end of the clip and click on the Add Key Frame button.
It automatically turns the ending key frames into Ease In Points.
I then make my adjustments to the ending key frames and I'm done -