how to remove snap

New Here ,
Apr 29, 2017 Apr 29, 2017

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how do I turn off snaps, im trying to line up two videos but its snapping to like 1 second intervals. how do I turn that off I already clicked magnet looking thing but no change

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Adobe Community Professional , Apr 29, 2017 Apr 29, 2017
If you are zoomed in to the timeline, those markers are indicating frames. The frame is the basic unit of video. You cannot move the video in subframe units. It will either move to the previous whole frame or the next whole frame. This correct and expected behavior.If you are trying to align audio, you can move the audio in subframe units (but remember, this for the audio only and not the video) by clicking on the drop down menu next to the name of the sequence and selecting Show Audio Time Unit...

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LEGEND ,
Apr 29, 2017 Apr 29, 2017

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This is the Non-Tech forum. I suspect you are asking about Premier so I'll move your question to that forum.

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If you are zoomed in to the timeline, those markers are indicating frames. The frame is the basic unit of video. You cannot move the video in subframe units. It will either move to the previous whole frame or the next whole frame. This correct and expected behavior.

If you are trying to align audio, you can move the audio in subframe units (but remember, this for the audio only and not the video) by clicking on the drop down menu next to the name of the sequence and selecting Show Audio Time Units. Now you will be able to move the audio (only) in very tiny, subframe increments.

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Jan 30, 2021 Jan 30, 2021

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Yea but i have an audio track so yea, how do i do it then?

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