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Daniel5 [Avatar]
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Hey I was wondering how I could save my own effects presets I've made some adjustments on one of the effect and now i want to save this effect as my own preset so i can use again in the future.
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optodata
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In most cases, you can't create a custom version of an an effect from the FX room. You can, however, with proDAD or separately-purchased Pixelan packs.

The easiest way to do what you're probably wanting to do is make all of the FX edits on a single (master) clip, then right click on it and choose Copy Keyframe Attributes. Then select as many other clips that you want to match that style, and use Paste Keyframe Attributes.

The attributes clipboard is completely separate from the normal clipboard, so you can keep the attributes in memory even as you do other normal edits. The attributes clipboard will be cleared when PD is closed, so to apply them to clips in other projects, just load the other project(s) during the same editing session.

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