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Hey everyone, having a bit of trouble: I can't see where I'm dragging clips in my timeline. I'm still able to move stuff around, but I'm not showed a transparent version of the clip under my mouse to show which track/where exactly it will be when I let go. I think I accidentally hit a hotkey and turned this on/off whilst editing but I don't know what I hit. It looks like the attached picture when I'm dragging. Thank you for any help you can provide 🙂
looks like you should select the arrow ( pointer) tool... instead of replace or insert tool ???
I'm having the same exact issue. Very frustrating.
Let me know if you found a solution!
I never found a solution, and its happened a few times since on different projects. Previously I've just rendered out my project so far and used it for the basis of a new project (as the projects get bigger and more ungainly, this seems to trigger such issues more often, so starting 'fresh' like this usually fixes the problem)
From what I can tell it seems to be certain files I'm importing that cause some weird errors - most recently I had this on a project a few days ago. I'd just imported + nested a clip so I tried removing that new clip and it seemed to fix the problem. That's just a workaround sadly, and I don't know if its results can be replicated with your own issues. Apologies!
I'm having the same problem. I can't figure it out...
I posted my findings above, hope they can help :< Nothing too concrete, sadly.
Is this a one year old topic without solution? This started also for me yesterday with no reason whatsoever. Disabling audio waveforms worked, but it's not a solution!
This has happened to me multiple times. Today it has seemed to be caused by bringing in an edited sequence that just has audio and no video. When I delete the clip the problem goes away.
If I bring the audio clips without being nested the problem doesn't appear.
If I nest the audio clips from within the sequence the proble reappears
Nested audio can cause issues.
This is what it was for me, thanks for this!
This was my issue as well. Removing nested audio seemed to fix everything.
I'm having the same issue as of today!
Feels like this problem began this year 😕 I just started having the same issue.
BUMP: I'm also seeing this on a brand new machine. It's annoying to work with when you can't see where you are dragging the clip
I fixed it by clicking on my nested sequence and deleting the audio inside, then I was able to see the clip when dragging. I had an identical problem