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  • Sat, Dec 16 2017 7:14 PM

    • John
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    Erasing a color correction edit in the timeline

    Hello, 

    A little bit lost in the new MC.  Trying to erase a color correction on the timeline and can't remember how to do it.


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  • Sat, Dec 16 2017 7:37 PM In reply to

    • John
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    Re: Erasing a color correction edit in the timeline

    Trying to get rid of the icon pictured on the track.

    Thanks,

    John

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  • Sat, Dec 16 2017 8:46 PM In reply to

    • dmfreeman
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    Re: Erasing a color correction edit in the timeline

    You should be able to highlight the clip then click on the round circle with the diagonal line thru it in the bar above the timeline.  That should get rid of the icon on the clip.

    Denny

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  • Sun, Dec 17 2017 3:13 AM In reply to

    • jef
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    Re: Erasing a color correction edit in the timeline

    The small C is not a normal Color correction, it is a color adapter.  A LUT put on by Avid when you linked the media.

    You can get rid of ALL color adapters in a sequence by right clicking on the sequence in it's bin and looking for Refresh Sequence.  In that menu will be a choice - Remove All Color Adapters (or something like that).  Click on that and all color adapters on all clips in just that sequence should go away.

    If you want to do just one clip in a sequence, it is a bit more complicated.

    Jef

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