How to Apply a Filter to Multiple Clips in Final Cut Pro

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You can apply the same filter to multiple clips at the same time in Final Cut Pro to save yourself a little bit of effort later on. Apply a filter to multiple clips in Final Cut Pro with help from an experienced editor in this free video clip.

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Oh, hi. I didn't see you there. My name is Zach, and today I'm going to explain how to apply a filter to multiple clips in Final Cut Pro. First I'm going to start off by selecting all my clips. This can either be done by hitting command A to select them all, or if you feel more comfortable with it, you can just click and drag with your mouse and it will select them all. Next what you're going to do is go over to the effects panel. Once in the effects panel you can select any type of effect that you feel suited for your clips. Once you've selected a filter, you can just click and drag it to your multi selected clips. You are going to need to render once you do this. Now that your sequence is rendered, you can play through and there's your effect. My name is Zach, and I just explained how to apply a filter to multiple clips in Final Cut Pro.

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