Hello, I have an issue that the marker is not accurate in Adobe PR, I have been working around the issue for quite some time now, but it's getting annoying and I can't handle it anymore, and I didn't find solution on the Internet, so I was hoping to get the proper help here, thanks.
Tried resetting Preferences?
Where I can find that please, looked and didn't find it anywhere like I didn't find a default button.
Just did that, by holding the Alt key while lunching the program, and nothing has changed on that matter, things are still the same.
*note: I'm using windows.
It looks like you are zoomed in very far in the Timeline and you are seeing the "tail" of the Playhead + a GPU anomaly (it appears) in the form of a black line. Zoom out of the Timeline a little and all should return to normal. Restart Premiere Pro, if need be.
I just did so, but when I zoom in back, it get back to the same inaccuracy, I have to be zoomed out, and my sight isn't the best, so I have to zoom in to see, because of my eyes.
is there's any other way to fix it?
What is inaccurate? Marking an Out on a clip using the Playhead as a guide? For that, you must move left one frame before the Mark Out. If that is not what you mean, please be a little more descriptive.
I'm sorry, it's clear that English is not my native or first language, anyhow.
When I zoom out, the tail play head is accurate on the frame or the correct spot.
but when I zoom in again, it's not accurate, and I thought you said: (zoom out and then restart and the issue should be solved.)
I did that, but only when I zoom out, the play head is accurate, is there's anything else I need to do?
I did remove the application and then reinstall, and the issue is still the same.
I have attached two pictures when I did zoom out, the play head tail is on the spot as you will see.
and the other picture when I zoom in and has a blue arrow to show how it's not correct.
And where does the marker end up on the clip when adding.
not in the correct place, it will end up being in the where I added the blue arrow.
That is the correct place.
The playhead is in the correct place the blue line is off.
what you see is not the marker my friend, that's the play tail head, the play tail head instead of being on the blue line, it's off by 3 to 4 frames.
and I added the arrow to showcase that.
Are you talking about those black lines?
The head in not exactly on the line or the line is not exactly under the head.....
That doesn't have anything to do with Markers, though.
The thing is I don't know what it's called, so I found that marker is the most accurate.
I'm having the same problem, markers used to go where the playhead is and now they go one frame to the right where that little new tail is.
Your timeline sequence has to be in 25fps since the marker marks at 25fps. This should solve it.