Applying Filters to the Active Multiclip Angle
You can add video and audio filters, motion, and speed settings to a multiclip just as
you would to any other clip. However, only the multiclip’s active angle is affected.
Speed changes to an angle can change the duration of a multiclip.
To apply a video or audio filter to the active multiclip angle in the Viewer:
Double-click a multiclip in the Browser or Timeline to open it in the Viewer.
Drag a filter from the Effects tab of the Browser to the Viewer, or choose a filter from
the Effects menu.
The filter is applied to the active angle.
If angles in your multiclip have filters applied, you can choose whether or not you see
the filters applied in the Viewer.
To see filters rendered to multiclip angles in the Viewer:
Choose Render Filters in Multiclip Display from the View pop-up menu.
Angle with effects
To apply a video or audio filter to the active multiclip angle in the Timeline:
Drag a video or audio filter from the Effects tab of the Browser to the multiclip in
An overlay appears with two options.
While continuing to hold down the mouse button, do one of the following:
Â To permanently apply the filter to the active angle: Place the pointer over the Apply to
Source Angle overlay. This permanently applies the filter to the active angle, even if
you switch or cut to another angle.
Â To apply the filter to the currently active angle: Place the pointer over the Apply to
Multiclip overlay. This option applies a filter to the active angle, but the filter is not
retained unless you use the Switch with Effects commands when switching to