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Another Way To Edit a Video Clip In Lightroom

Hi gang: This is a follow-up to a post I did last week about using the Quick Develop panel in the Library module to edit a video clip (because the Develop module doesn’t support editing video).

One of my readers here on the blog, filhalandilas, noted that there’s another way to do it, and while it takes an extra step, it opens all the editing capabilities of the Develop Module for editing video using a clever workaround (though I’m not sure it was necessary to start his comment with “You’re Doing It Wrong!”).

Anyway, here’s the tip:

Hope you find that helpful, and thanks to filhalandilas for his comment. Well, most of it anyway. 😉

(1) Heads up: A week from this Wednesday, I’m in Minneapolis (Sept 21st), and then Milwaukee that Friday (the 23rd) with my Shoot Like a Pro: Reloaded full-day seminar. Tickets here. 


(2) If you missed “My Top 5 of Everything” this past week…
I posted an update of my “Top 5 of Everything” blog post over on my blog last week. It had been eight years since I updated it, and one of my readers tweeted that they’d like to see what my picks would be today. Well, I went and did ’em – here’s the link if you’ve got a sec.





  1. Martin Hayhurst 18 September, 2016 at 15:09 Reply

    Having watched this tutorial on creating a copy of one frame in the Library module and editing the original and copy in Develop, it struck me that having made adjustments in Develop which are not available in Library (Tone curve for instance) you can then return to library and having selected the edited frame you can then use the sync settings option (bottom right) to transfer all the edits, including those not normally available in Library.
    I don’t do videos but maybe you could check to ensure this actually works?

  2. John G 15 September, 2016 at 20:58 Reply

    Scott – Thanks for the review. Since you are still looking I’ll share a recommendation for the backpack I just used for my trip to Costa Rica. After a long search I wound up getting the Tenba Shootout 24L – It was perfect for my needs with plenty of external pockets on the front and sides as well as a Laptop/iPad pocket along the backside. I traveled with the 5Dmk3 w/ 70-200 attached and a 24-70 for wider shots. I also had a few filters, and a small EX 430 flash along with assorted cards and chargers. The nice thing was the extra room I had for a light rain jacket for the occasional storm. Bonus for the side access pocket at the bottom of the backpack so I could pull my camera out without opening the full backpack and take a few shots then return it to the bag with ease. The access pocket was the big selling point for me because I’ve tried several times to get a backpack that would allow me to keep the 70-200 attached and still use the access door but had little success before this bag. So there ya go – a great recommendation from some guy you never met on an internet blog comment thread. 🙂 Good luck in your quest for the perfect travel backpack.

    • John Gerard 15 September, 2016 at 21:08 Reply

      Hmmmmm – Not sure why this comment showed up here – I posted it after watching the backpack review video (seen as the example video Scott is using for his video editing). Oh well.

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