Extend all clips/images in the timeline to the same point, not by the same amount

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May 29, 2021 May 29, 2021

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I'm new to Premiere Pro, sorry if I don't use the right terms. My video consists of 30 image animations. They all start at a different point in the timeline, but I want them to end at the same point. When I dragged them to the timeline, they all got the same duration and therefore also end at different points in the timeline. Is there a way to extend the duration of all selected items in the timeline to the same point in the timeline, for example the playhead? I tried "extend previous edit to playhead", but it only extends by the same amount. Thanks in advance.

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May 29, 2021 May 29, 2021

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With only 30 I would just drag them out to end at the same time. Once you have done one, dragging the others should snap to the end point. Are the all on separate tracks.

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okay, thanks

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