I know how to make a color correction to my first clip, then I can copy and paste it onto all the other clips. However, what if I want to change the color correction later on? I have to delete all the color corrected clips, and then make a new correction and re-paste. Then if I want to do it all again, same hassle. This can be very bad when working with hundreds of clips on the timeline.
I wonder if I can set up a color correction profile and then send the clip to that profile. Then I can change the profile and each clip will follow that.
1. You don't have to delete the clips to change the CC. You simply modify settings in the effects panel.
2. Provided that you want to apply the same CC to all the clips in (say) Timeline One - nest Timeline One inside Timeline Two and apply CC to it. In this way you only have to apply one CC instance..
I understad I don't have the delete the clips. I was saying i have to modify each CC if I decide to change a project's look.
Your second answer, however, is more helpful. If I nest a sequence, then I can go ahead and grade my whole video at once. That will do the trick.