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Cutting to milliseconds

New Here ,
Nov 08, 2021 Nov 08, 2021

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Hi guys!

I've had the same problem lately I always try to cut videos to the millisecond.But for example when i try to cut to 0.060 milliseconds it won't let me it will automatically make it 1 second long.Or if i cut less it will make it 0.025 milliseconds.So between 0.025 milliseconds to 1 second seems like impossible to cut is there anthying i could do? 

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Adobe Community Professional , Nov 09, 2021 Nov 09, 2021
Select 'show audio time units'. Then right click on the timecode numbers and select milliseconds. When working with video it is often worth thinking about traditional film and how you can only cut between whole frames and not in the middle.

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I thnk you'll find they are frames not miliseconds.

HH:MM:SS:FF, It looks like you have 30 frames/sec so the frames will count to 29 then the seconds will increase by one and the frames will reset to zero.

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And is there anyway i can change to miliseconds ?

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You can change the timline to audio time base in milliseconds, and can of course cut audio clips that way. And of course slide an audio track one way or the other to better time it with a video track.

 

However you can't cut video tracks in less than one frame increments. So say with 24fps sequence, the shortest cut you could make is 1/24th second.

 

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So if I understand correctly if I raise the fps I can maybe achieve the 0.60 milliseconds?

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Each frame at 30fps is 33ms, at 25fps 40ms, at 60 fps 16ms. Why do you want to work in ms?

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I want to work in second/milliseconds but i don't know how to do that 

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Select 'show audio time units'.

Show audio time units.PNG

Then right click on the timecode numbers and select milliseconds.

milliseconds.png

 

When working with video it is often worth thinking about traditional film and how you can only cut between whole frames and not in the middle.

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