I recently got a movie file from a client. This file is actually an edited video with straight cut edits. So I dragged this from the bin / media library onto the timeline and proceed to chop up the video according to where the cuts are using ctrl v, like how I usually do in premiere pro. I then selected one of the clips and added color correction to this clip. I found out that all the other clips were being colour corrected as well. I removed every thing and re-started from scratch using the source monitor to mark in and out for every cut. This time it worked properly with just the selected clip being colour corrected. Is there any way I can do this like in premiere pro timeline with the razor blade but each clip becomes an individual one?
I think this is a bug. The ctl V way should work,but since it is a match cut, Smoke still sees the clip as one. Once youhave done your cuts....select the entire timeline,right click and select UNGROUP. That will make thema unique segments.
This probably doesn’t help you.... but Control+V to add cuts works for me.
I am able to add a color corrector to one of the selected clips and the color corrector only adjusts that clip.
The only time I have had it adjust multiple items is when I had accidentally selected multiple items before adding the color corrector, but as you pointed out, you only selected the one clip first so that’s not the reason.