Hey guys, I uploaded an attached image to help illustrate what I'm talking about. If I select a range on my timeline using an In/Out point, when I place the out point, it is always ONE frame beyond where the Current Time Indicator is. This is illustrated in Premiere by the small blue line at the top of the CTI.
The problem is that it can drive me a little nuts when my video broll cuts don't line up with my audio A-roll below, because I snap my CTI to my audio A-roll, but the broll ends up one frame off on my cuts when I'm overwriting the Broll down below. I was just wondering if there's a way to fix it so that when I lay an out point it lays it directly where the CTI is, not one frame beyond. I tried looking through the preferences and didn't really see anything.
Hopefully it's clear what I'm talking about and there's a simple solution. I know I've had a similar frustration with AVID in the past.