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"Go to time" subtraction relative time doesn't works

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To navigate with precision on the timeline, we can use "Go To Time" and type how much relative time do you want to add.

For example : "+3." from "0;0;10;12" return "0;0;13;12"


Unfortunlay, that not works correctly with the subtraction.

When you do that, AE subtract the time from the begin of the timeline, not from the current time code.

"-3." from "0;0;10;12" return "-0;0;3;12" not "-0;0;7;12"

 

How to fix that ?

(AE CC 2020 17.1.4)

Hi after some hours, I found a solution to subtract the time code like that :

For example "+-3." from "0;0;10;12" return, "0;0;7;12"

We must add signs "+" and "-" to make a relative subtraction of  the time code.

 

Perhaps this information could be added in Adobe Support ?

https://helpx.adobe.com/after-effects/using/timecode-time-display-units.html

 

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"Go to time" subtraction relative time doesn't works

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To navigate with precision on the timeline, we can use "Go To Time" and type how much relative time do you want to add.

For example : "+3." from "0;0;10;12" return "0;0;13;12"


Unfortunlay, that not works correctly with the subtraction.

When you do that, AE subtract the time from the begin of the timeline, not from the current time code.

"-3." from "0;0;10;12" return "-0;0;3;12" not "-0;0;7;12"

 

How to fix that ?

(AE CC 2020 17.1.4)

Hi after some hours, I found a solution to subtract the time code like that :

For example "+-3." from "0;0;10;12" return, "0;0;7;12"

We must add signs "+" and "-" to make a relative subtraction of  the time code.

 

Perhaps this information could be added in Adobe Support ?

https://helpx.adobe.com/after-effects/using/timecode-time-display-units.html

 

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Unfortunately, this feature doesn't work the same way that it does in Premiere, so this isn't possible. It's a good feature request, though, and one that you should file (or see if someone else already did) and post the link back here so others can vote for it. https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911311-after-effects 

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Hi after some hours, I found a solution to subtract the time code like that :

For example "+-3." from "0;0;10;12" return, "0;0;7;12"

We must add signs "+" and "-" to make a relative subtraction of  the time code.

 

Perhaps this information could be added in Adobe Support ?

https://helpx.adobe.com/after-effects/using/timecode-time-display-units.html

 

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Ah, great find! Now that you mention that I vaguely remember coming across this information before, but clearly it's not very discoverable. I think it's still a good feature request to make the operation work just like in Premiere, but you could also make a UserVoice request for the documentation change. 

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