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Premiere Elements 13 ... +1 symbol on Timeline

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I see a +1 in a small box with a red outline just to the right of each Edit Point (except the first) on the Expert view of the Timeline of a project I am working on. I've never seen that before. What does it mean? The Edit Points are the places where I've snipped. Please bear with me as I'm quite new at this.

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Somehow you've shifted the audio or video on a clip so that they are no longer in sync.

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Premiere Elements 13 ... +1 symbol on Timeline

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I see a +1 in a small box with a red outline just to the right of each Edit Point (except the first) on the Expert view of the Timeline of a project I am working on. I've never seen that before. What does it mean? The Edit Points are the places where I've snipped. Please bear with me as I'm quite new at this.

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Somehow you've shifted the audio or video on a clip so that they are no longer in sync.

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Somehow you've shifted the audio or video on a clip so that they are no longer in sync.

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Thanks. That's kind of what I thought. Now I just have to learn enough to fix it. I was trying to add a still at the beginning of the movie but I seem to have managed to shift the audio and video tracks by different amounts. Back to the drawing board.

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The easiest solution is just to delete the clip from the timeline and then re-add it to the timeline from the Project Assets.

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After a few failed attempts, I was finally able to do that. Thanks. I had originally tried to put a title page in front of a series of clips and just couldn't get it to go. Eventually, it did work but that's when I think the Audio got shifted a little further than the video. I guess practice makes perfect. Thanks for you patience with this newbie.

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