Have you ever had to laboriously remove filters clip by clip? Currently Final Cut Pro has an all or nothing approach to removing video filters, so here’s an indispensable way of selectively removing them from a sequence.
So often we find ourselves with sequences with tons of filters of all varieties. For example, say you have a whole sequence that’s been de-interlaced, colour corrected, with some maybe blur and film effect filters peppered around too, and you want to remove just the interlace filter… its impossible without deleting all the others. The workaround for this little problem is as tedious as it gets, you’ve got to pick through each and every clip and manually delete each of those pesky de-interlace filters. Now with EM Filter Remover you simply select the sequence whose filters you want to edit, and it does it all for you.