every time i create a new project, there are 10 minutes of blank space at the end of the my timeline. it's not part of my videos, and when I render everything the blank space won't be included, but it's just annoying having so much dead space when I try to zoom out, and it makes zooming right in a nightmare as I can barely control the slider. there is always exactly 10 minutes of blank space. if my video is 4 minutes, the timeline will be 14 minuts. Again, this blank space does not render as part of my video, it's just a huge blank space on my timeline. while editing. I've looked everywhere but have so far been unable to find a solution. Is there anything i can do to shrink this blank space a bit? I'm at a loss. I've scoured every obscure forum, read through my preferences about 50 times, tried everything i can think of, but nothing is working. please help.
How frustrating. If there's not Out point set, you might have an errant frame lying out there in no man's land. Can you click with the All Tracks Forward tool near the last frame of your video, then press Delete. Has that solved it?
Hey Kevin unfortunately no, there's definitely no loose frames. As I say, this happens on every new project I create. I've tried marking in and out points, but it does not remove that blank space. pressing \ zooms me out and, curiously, only shows my tracks, but the blank space is still there. Example:
as you can see, there's still a huge blank space on the bottom slider. clearly, premiere pro knows the blank space isn't part of my project, yet for some reason it isn't getting rid of it? very strange. I'm at a complete loss as to what could cause it, it's been an issue across multiple projects of mine.