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incorrect playhead position when numeric value is input

Community Beginner ,
Jun 14, 2023 Jun 14, 2023

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Hello,
when the start time of the timeline is set at 09:59:50:00 (to have a 10 seconds slate to allow program start at 10:00:00:00), if any value is typed into the playhead position window that playhead goes always to 10:09:50:00, regardless of the input value.This seems to happen when there is a value different from 0 in the 'hours' segment of the timecode.

 

This does not happen when the start time is set to 0:00:00:00, for example: if '10' is typed, the playhead goes, correctly, to 0:00:00:10.

 

Is this a bug or am I missing something? I am working on a 25fps timeline.
Thanks,

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Jun 14, 2023 Jun 14, 2023

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That's because when you type "10", the actual timecode that you're inputting is 0:00:00:10, which is "smaller" than 10:09:50:00 and that's why the playhead is going to the smallest value available which is 10:09:50:00.

You have two options, either set your timecode to start at 0 until you finish your editing, or keep as it is but make sure to input the whole timecode when you want to jump to a certain point. In your example you should type 10000010.

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ahh, that makes sense. Thank you!

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