I have a large number of individual clips in one sequence of varying lengths. I want to shorten them all, regardless of where in the footage to a certain length (lets say 0 to 10 seconds. If it less than 10 seconds, lets leave it or cut). Going through all of these clips and shortening them manually would take a lot of time.
What I'm looking for is a way to apply the an action (in this case shortening the video, but the action could be arbitrary) to all of the clips, either by selecting all of the clips at once, or by running each clip through a macro where it applies the action with one click (or shortcut).
Is there a way to do this in Adobe Premiere or should I look for a different tool and perform this batch action outside of Adobe Premiere?
Although I was able to solve the problem at hand, I think the original question still stands: Can you repeat and action (somewhat complex action) against multiple clips in Adobe Premiere in batch or select multiple fashion?