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Playhead with Extension

Explorer ,
Oct 25, 2021 Oct 25, 2021

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What is reason for having playhead with extension?

 

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Nov 05, 2021 Nov 05, 2021
As noted ... it's very simple. You are "zoomed in" so close on the timeline that each fram actually covers a bit of horizontal space in the timeline. So that horizontal blue bar shows the entire time the current frame will be visible in the monitor. Normally, when you are not zoomed so far in, the frames take so little horizontal space on the timeline the line is all that is needed. Neil

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Oct 25, 2021 Oct 25, 2021

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You're only going to see that when you're zoomed into the timeline really close. It's showing you the duration of the frame you're looking at.

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Explorer ,
Oct 25, 2021 Oct 25, 2021

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I am unable to understand what mean.

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Explorer ,
Oct 26, 2021 Oct 26, 2021

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Also I do not mark it as correct answer. I do not know who mark it.

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Explorer ,
Nov 05, 2021 Nov 05, 2021

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Same issue again

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Nov 05, 2021 Nov 05, 2021

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It is not an issue.  It is by design.

As said by jampff, it shows you the single frame you are looking at when you zoom in on the timeline

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Nov 05, 2021 Nov 05, 2021

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As noted ... it's very simple.

 

You are "zoomed in" so close on the timeline that each fram actually covers a bit of horizontal space in the timeline. So that horizontal blue bar shows the entire time the current frame will be visible in the monitor.

 

Normally, when you are not zoomed so far in, the frames take so little horizontal space on the timeline the line is all that is needed.

 

Neil

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Thanks.

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