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Steve BrameTitle section in Source is different than in Timeline
by on Feb 15, 2015 at 4:22:22 pm

Why would a 13 frame section of a title be only 5 frames long when dropped into a Timeline?

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Tim KolbRe: Title section in Source is different than in Timeline
by on Feb 17, 2015 at 4:43:39 am

I'm intrigued by the question, but it's kind of a Schrodinger's Cat kind of question without some detail.

Do you have a Title in the Source Window? From the PPro Title Tool?

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Steve BrameRe: Title section in Source is different than in Timeline
by on Feb 17, 2015 at 11:54:26 am
Last Edited By Steve Brame on Feb 17, 2015 at 11:54:55 am

Hey Tim,

I even have visual aids!



However, I guess it was just a temporary glitch, since it seems to be performing correctly now. Strange, for a few days I had to jockey the size of a selection of a title in the Source monitor to get the correct length for it when dragged to Timeline. Finally just started dragging a much longer section down the resize it there.

The weirdest part was, it wasn't a frame for frame thing. I could change the Source selection by a frame, and drag it down and it would still be the same length as before. It would take shortening the Source version several frames to even shorten it 1 frame when dragged down.

Oh well...

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Tim KolbRe: Title section in Source is different than in Timeline
by on Feb 17, 2015 at 12:25:59 pm

You probably set up the in/out in the sequence to illustrate the length of the clip?

(Otherwise I see a 3 point edit with an out on the source and in/out on the sequence?)

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Steve BrameRe: Title section in Source is different than in Timeline
by on Feb 17, 2015 at 12:29:59 pm

[Tim Kolb] "You probably set up the in/out in the sequence to illustrate the length of the clip?"

Correct!

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