Nest your sequence and apply CC to the nested sequence.
ok thanks, so i i will 'nest' the whole sequence. im sure i can find details on how to do that and put the effect on the whole sequence.
what would be the easiest way to add colour correction? is there an auto setting which should do the job?
thank you for the prompt reply..
Do not use auto ANYTHING!
Use 3-way colour corrector. How you use it depends upon the type of correction you are trying to achieve.
ok thanks. once i have the 'colour correcter' the one i want. i can save this as a preset effect right? and copy it to the rest of the clips?
i also had another question along the same issue, i want to make sure the audio is all level (i know there is a master audio track option, but i have my audio on 3-4 different audio layers...this is something i would have to do manually?)
...well, yes you can, but, as Harm suggests, the nested sequence will (should) only be one clip.
Audio is subjective. Metering the levels acts as a guide, but not gospel. Use meters in conjunction with manually adjusting levels whilst using your ears.
>>ok thanks, so i i will 'nest' the whole sequence. im sure i can find details on how to do that and put the effect on the whole sequence.>>
To nest the whole sequence, select all of your video clips, right click on any one of them and then choose "nest" from the menu that pops up. You will see all of the video clips on your timeline become one long clip. You can than apply an effect to this clip which will affect all the clips. If you need to make changes to the original sequence, double click on the nested sequence to open its timeline.
Upgrade to CS6 and use an adjustment layer!