How to open plugins/plugin-chains on multiple clips at once?

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How to open plugins/plugin-chains on multiple clips at once?

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Hi,
in WL6 we are able to open one plugin on multiple selected clips at once. A very important feature.

Now I can't figure it out how to do so in WL7. If i select multiple clips, the plug-in i add then is only available
on the last selected clip. And it doesnt work with Plaug-In-Chains too.
It's the main reason we still work with WL6.
Do i miss something?

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Enrico Mercaldi

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Re: How to open plugins/plugin-chains on multiple clips at once?

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Have the plugin in 1 clip, then use the function "Paste to selected clips", from the menu in the Plugin Tool window.
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Re: How to open plugins/plugin-chains on multiple clips at once?

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Hi, Philippe. Thanks!

But this is very complicated that way. Why don't keep it as easy as 1.2.3?
It works just perfect in WL 6...selecting the individual tracks and then open the plug-ins on these tracks. Only 2 mouseklicks per plug-in.

Now, in WL7, we have to select one track / open the plug-in on this one track / select the other tracks / deselect the first track / copy the plug-in.
thats 5 mouseklicks.!

We are doing a lot of analogue and digital masterings per week and during the finalizing-stage in Wavelab we have to deal with also a lot of plug-ins 3-4-5 per track.
All this is a very annoying, just time consuming and mouseklick-intensive process now in Wavelab 7..

What about the plug-In Chains? We hoped that with the WL7 update we will get the possibility to open plug-in chains also on selected tracks, to save even more time with Wavelab 7...just for a little more easyer daily studio-routine.

Phillipe, could you please make this plug-in handling easier and faster, or just like it it was before?
And opening plug-In chains on individual, selected tracks would be a huge step forward as a logical consequence
to that individual plug-in-loading handling we allready have/had in WL6!

Finally, just for illustration....lets say, theres a 20 Track compilation or album and you need to open 4 standard plug-Ins on all these tracks. In WL6 thats only 5 mouseklicks, in WL7 thats 20 of them. But with Plug-In Chains on individual tracks it could be only TWO mouseclicks... Thats 20 against 2!!

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Re: How to open plugins/plugin-chains on multiple clips at once?

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Yes, I have such request sometimes, hence I should consider this.
But there is a reason why I don't make this so easy: plugins can take many resources. But I should certainly make it more easy, adding warnings when necessary.
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Re: How to open plugins/plugin-chains on multiple clips at once?

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TT-Mastering wrote:
What about the plug-In Chains? We hoped that with the WL7 update we will get the possibility to open plug-in chains also on selected tracks, to save even more time with Wavelab 7...just for a little more easyer daily studio-routine.
+1 please
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