Select all in common
Referring to Premiere Pro, it would be good to have an option to Select all clips with a certain aspect in common.
Similar to the "Select all Matching" function, which allows you to select one clip and then find all other clips that are from the same source file. "Select all in common" would allow you to match clips based on different commonalities.
For example, you would choose "Select all in common" and it would take you to a pop up window with different options, such as "Effects" "Label" "Length" etc.
So I could select "Effects", and in there would be a list of all the effects, I could choose something like "Warp Stabilize", and it would highlight all the clips that have "Warp Stabilize" applied.
This would solve a lot of recurring problems that I see appearing in forums that are currently not fixed. Like the classic example of exporting a full project, only to find that one of the clips is not stabilized and has that annoying "analyze" banner across the clip. Currently, the only way to resolve that is to watch the entire video through and check each clip individually.
It would also solve issues like having a single clip that didn't have a Noise Reduction effect applied to it, when all the other clips do. Making it easy to find which clips have been missed.
It could work for sound as well, being able to find clips that are peaking or not leveled properly, "Select all in common" > "Sound peaking", so you could easily find where the sound peaks out or needs to be leveled again.
Or just simply being able to find which effects are applied to which sound clips.
I use the "Select all matching" feature all the time for multi-cam editing, so I think an option to select clips that have other things in common, as well as just being from the same source file, would have a multitude of different uses.
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AdminCorey Lucier (Adobe) (Admin, Adobe) commented
@Liam did you mean to post this to a different product forum?