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    Yes please, this would be a great update

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    I would use this on almost every project

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    Andrew commented  · 

    I came here to post this request

    Global FX Mute is useful - but often I want to only disable specific, processor-intensive effects like Neat Video, Beauty Box, Sharpen, corner pin.

    Some might say just render the clips - but the point is that once the effects are set up, I don't need them until export. As soon as I edit a rendered clip, it needs to be rerendered, thus more time waiting.

    I often use the Transform effect and turning on FX mute means my clip positions and animations are lost.

    Lumetri with a Log>709 Lut is another effect which is fine to edit with it turned on, but disabling it means I have to look at bland log footage all the time.

    What would be cool is a window accessed from the Timeline wrench menu that lists ALL effects used in the sequence, and from there I can disable effects from a sequence level, rather than on the clips level.

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    Andrew commented  · 

    Totally support this.

    As a sort-of-workaround, once you work out roughly how many frames there are to a beat, you can set the time display to frames and use that to calculate clip lengths (if set to timecode, you may have to think in seconds+frames for some clips). It may deviate a frame or two since it probably won't be a perfect match, but it's a good starting point for fine tuning.

    If someone can come up with a formula to work out clip length relative to frame rate and BPM that will help too.

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    Andrew commented  · 

    Also, (Adobe please read) snapping should only act upon the edit point of the selected clip CLOSEST to the mouse cursor.

    I'll describe the problem that I'm sure we all face.

    Say you have an interview cut on V1, it's 30 cuts over 2 minutes - so lots of cuts

    You have B Roll on V2 is 20 clips spread out.

    Now let's say you select 5 B Roll clips on V2 and need to move them left or right.

    What happens is that EVERY cut in the B Roll snaps to EVERY cut in the Interview. You end up with the clips trying to snap to multiple locations all in a small space. What you really wanted to happen is for only the START of the FIRST B Roll clip be the snap-able point.

    Easy way around this is to let the user decide - if I click and hold the mouse next to an edit point, that becomes the only snap-able point.

    Andrew commented  · 

    Yep, I need to zoom all the way in to make sure a clip has aligned with another clip, not one frame to the side aligned with a 2-frame audio crossfade.

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