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Davidk101
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There seems to be only one way of indicating an effect has been applied to a clip - an orange i icon in the clip thumbnail.
But how can the effect that has been applied be identified??
With only a single common icon, that seems pretty hard to do some time after the effect has been applied.
Is there a way to identify the effect in use by observing the clips in the main timeline???
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JL_JL [Avatar]
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Put the cursor on the "orange i icon" and you should see a list of what effect was applied.

Jeff
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Davidk101
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JL,
Thanking you a lot today for good tips.
A couple of related questions:
1. Can more than one filter or effect be applied to any clip?
2. Does that 'click the i icon' show which ones are in effect list them all when more than one effect is applied?
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JL_JL [Avatar]
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Quote JL,
Thanking you a lot today for good tips.
A couple of related questions:
1. Can more than one filter or effect be applied to any clip?
2. Does that 'click the i icon' show which ones are in effect list them all when more than one effect is applied?

Sometimes easier to just play around in the GUI, but,
yes, up to 7 effects on a clip, plus Fx track
yes, the info icon will list them

Jeff
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