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    Jim Lakey commented  · 

    It's annoying when you flatten multicam and then the clips default to "position" keyframes instead of opacity. There needs to be an option to bulk change clips or on a per sequence basis to select the type of keyframe shown. Would love to see this addressed.

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    But if I nest a 1920x1080 clip in a 1920x1080 sequence but the clip is nested because the clip speed has changed, again, it does not export with Warp Stabilizer applied.

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    Just found that nested 4k clips in an HD timeline export with warp stabilizer as expected, so it seems to just be if the aspect ratio is different between the sequence and source footage.

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