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Question: visible LUT layer bypass in Final Cut Pro X

Hey guys. I'm new to the forum. I'm using FCPX 10.3. I have an adjustment layer with a LUT over all my clips but everytime I go to tweak the colors/exposure on my clips the adjustment layer gets selected & tweaked instead. is there a way I can bypass the still visible LUT layer and tweak the clips under without having to manually click each one?

Final Cut Pro X, macOS Sierra (10.12.6)

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Dec 10, 2017 11:10 PM in response to lexurious18 In response to lexurious18

Only by not use the adjustment layer and applying the LUT to each clip. This can be done relatively easily. If you using a standard LUT, selecting all the clips and apply the LUT in the inspector. If you’re using a custom LUT, apply it to one and the copy/paste attributes to the others.

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Dec 10, 2017 11:10 PM in response to lexurious18 In response to lexurious18

Only by not use the adjustment layer and applying the LUT to each clip. This can be done relatively easily. If you using a standard LUT, selecting all the clips and apply the LUT in the inspector. If you’re using a custom LUT, apply it to one and the copy/paste attributes to the others.

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Question: visible LUT layer bypass in Final Cut Pro X