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Cannot compare 2 clips in Comparison View

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Aug 14, 2020

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My reference clip is empty. I've seen some videos and follow them but I just cant compare 2 different clip. What did I do wrong or missed?

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Your comparison view monitor is displaying the start of the timeline, but the diagonal lines are showing you that the clip that is at the position in the timeline is unlinked. 

You need to re-link that clip on the timeline to the master clip. If you need help doing that:

https://youtu.be/3aIWCSpCpOc 

Next you need to click on the timecode numbers that are under the comparison view window and while clicked down drag left or right to position the comparison view window on the clip/frame you want to match to.

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Cannot compare 2 clips in Comparison View

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My reference clip is empty. I've seen some videos and follow them but I just cant compare 2 different clip. What did I do wrong or missed?

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Correct answer by Meg_The_Dog | Adobe Community Professional

Your comparison view monitor is displaying the start of the timeline, but the diagonal lines are showing you that the clip that is at the position in the timeline is unlinked. 

You need to re-link that clip on the timeline to the master clip. If you need help doing that:

https://youtu.be/3aIWCSpCpOc 

Next you need to click on the timecode numbers that are under the comparison view window and while clicked down drag left or right to position the comparison view window on the clip/frame you want to match to.

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Tried to mimic your track layout, still couldn't replicate. Huh.

 

If you have Comparison off, you can see the clip on V1 clear to the beginning, right? So it's just that it disappears when you turn on comparison view?

 

Neil

 

 

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Your comparison view monitor is displaying the start of the timeline, but the diagonal lines are showing you that the clip that is at the position in the timeline is unlinked. 

You need to re-link that clip on the timeline to the master clip. If you need help doing that:

https://youtu.be/3aIWCSpCpOc 

Next you need to click on the timecode numbers that are under the comparison view window and while clicked down drag left or right to position the comparison view window on the clip/frame you want to match to.

MtD

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