How does the Frazier bulk edit feature work on Frazier?

How to use the Frazier bulk edit feature

The Frazier bulk edit feature is a good way to apply changes to multiple cue points and descriptions. This function is particularly useful if you need to offset the timecode for a selection or all of your descriptions.

Using the Frazier bulk edit feature
  1. First, click on the quick navigation feature in the top right of the editor.
  2. This will then open up a sidebar containing all the cue points in the script.
  3. Click on the light blue bulk edit button to select all the cue points.
  4. You can select and deselect individual descriptions using the check marks next to them.
  5. Tip: You can use the search field to filter descriptions containing the search term.
  6. If you want to move selected descriptions by a certain amount of time, use the Change Timecode feature at the bottom of the sidebar.
  7. You can enter in the amount of time in the entry field. Use the rewind or fast forward button to offset the selected descriptions by the specified time.

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