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Premiere Elements 2020 Disolve Transition issues

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Hi I am using Premiere Elements 2020.  Often the dissolve transition between clips includes a faint image of another part of my project. How can I remove this faint image?

 

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Premiere Elements 2020 Disolve Transition issues

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Hi I am using Premiere Elements 2020.  Often the dissolve transition between clips includes a faint image of another part of my project. How can I remove this faint image?

 

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You may be seeing a part of your video clip that you've trimmed away.

 

My tutorial on How transitions work will explain why this is happening.

 

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Hi Steve

 

Had a look at the video and understand what is happening.  However I don't understand how to resolve the issue I have.  Having previously cut the end of a clip I get the unwanted faded frames in the transition.  I have tried further cutting the clip back a bit to see if the transition will use the most recently deleted part of the clip but it still uses the original cut.  What can I do to make the transition not use the original cut?

 

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John 

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Maybe I'm not understanding your problem. But, as I demonstrated in the tutorial, a one-second transition needs half a second beyond the cut from both the incoming and outgoing clip. If you've got that much head and tail material available, I have no idea why you're seeing something outside that range.

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Are you cutting clips from one long file?

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These particular clips were from one long file

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