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Hello, I was just editing, I pressed some key and my timeline disappeared! Not the timeline window itself but the actual sequence. To make matters worse I can't find the sequence in my project to reopen it!
Help is much appreciated.
Yes that is possible with the newest version.
I mean, that might be why the sequence would have seemingly disappeared from the bin, if multiple project bins were open.
I find this multiple projects open quite confusing.
Tend to avoid have more then one open.
so as of today... my timeline will not show upon opening file. it's there - just doesn't show. then i click on something and boom it's back. also when i move the play head - video scrubs but the play head visibly does not move until i hit play (space).
i reinstalled premiere twice but no luck.
win 10 64 1903
hp zbook 17 g5
p5200 16gb ram
xeon 32 core 3.4GHz
any thoughts? thank you
You need to give Premiere a chance to properly open before doing anything with the mouse.
If it is still acting weird
RAM is a bit on the lean side. 32 is ok, 64 is better.
Pls I don't know what is going on with my Adobe premiere pro cc7.0.0 I just instilled it but I didn't see my timeline, is showing me timeline( no sequence
You need to make a sequence first in order to use the timeline.
This is quite a little confusing and scary quirk to new users of the software! When you first open the project you can get a blank sequence. I found I had to go into my project (project window) and search for seq (sequences) and I found it there. Thankfully, as I spent a good while editing!!
As I can see I am not the only one, I am quite shocked that the thread dates back three years! We are not all idiots.
Before starting a real project you might want hit the LEARN button on the Home page within Premiere first.
Will save you a lot of frustration and disappointment.
I accidnetally closed my timeline and I figured out to get it back is to go to Window - Workspace - All Panals. That solved my problem without an issue.
Try Window > Timeline. Worked for me!
I had the same problem. What I eventually figured out was that I used an image to start the process, IMG 097, which by default ended up as the project name, which of course made no sense. (and it was buried in a folder)
I went to click on a nested segment while editing but lost my main timeline because it was the file name, not the project name, which I failed to change when starting the project.
I found it after looking at a backup version (always back up/version your pojects!)
I hope this made sense.
Unfortunately this trick doenst work in my case.
No timeline visible and no idea how to restore this.
P.S: I am sure this is a smart function. But what is the sense behind??
is it true that all the project is lost because the timeline window was closed and can't be opened?
The built-in autosave function makes sure that you can not go back to the old version.
I cant believe that this is true.