I've been having an issue which I wanted to ask if everyone else has had? I started with a clip of a certain length and wanted to stitch together 6 shorter still images to the same length of the first clip so I took the origonal clip length, divided its duration by six and then used the Time Stretch feature to try and adjust each of the 6 to this shorter duration. No matter how I calculated the duration they would not stitch together to the origonal duration.
I then noticed that if i used the details given when hovering over the clip and subtracted the start time of the clip from the finish time gave a totaly different answer to what it displayed as the duration. Also when dragging it to make the clip longer or shorter the +/- time displayed jumped all over the place when panning.
You want to add "6 shorter still images to the same length as the first clip"? How is a still image short? Aren't still images all the same duration until you cut them?
Also, are you trying to use time stretch to set the duration of still pictures? That's probably not the best way to do this.
So can you clarify what you're trying to do? It sounds like you want your still images to be the same duration as a video clip. If so, are you trying to get each of the photos to be the same duration as your video or are you trying to assemble all 6 still photos so that they are altogether the same duration as your original video?
I've not had the issue. I also do it differently. Select all of the stills together. Then right click, choose clip and Time Stretch. Now change the Duration by selecting it and moving the mouse left or right. You could also type in the time of the video clip.