jkahlmann • Community Beginner, Feb 14, 2017Feb 14, 2017
Sorry for the late answer, but if your blue timecode is indicating a change in the timecode, perhaps you're in "audio time units" and not your typical frames, meaning you're moving left and right in milliseconds and not frames.This feature is turned on and off by going to the ☰ (timeline menu button to the right of the sequence's name) and toggling on/off the "Show Audio Time Units" feature. Hope this helps someone.
Premiere used to do this by defult i found the same issue. the boxes i have highlighted in red is the correct keys to do it. just make sure in your keyboard shortcut they Alt key is step up (Step back/forward 1 frame) and the none at the top is set to (select previous keyframe/select forward keyframe).
Additionally, I've just found out if the above doesn't work - it didn't for me - I could only jump a millisecond forward and backward pressing the left/right arrows. Which is even more annoying than it sounds!!!
You may have to click the pop-out options (the 3 horizontal lines circled) for the timeline you're working on, then make sure the 'Show Audio Time Units" is NOT clicked on. (highlighted in green
For me this had happened because the previous editor had set up the project this way and forgot to change it back to what i'd consider 'the norm.' Thankfully a quick phone call sorted it out. Happy editing!