Marker is not accurate on the timeline.

Community Beginner ,
Jan 02, 2018 Jan 02, 2018

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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. 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jan 03, 2018 Jan 03, 2018

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Tried resetting Preferences?

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Community Beginner ,
Jan 03, 2018 Jan 03, 2018

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Where I can find that please, looked and didn't find it anywhere like I didn't find a default button.

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Community Beginner ,
Jan 03, 2018 Jan 03, 2018

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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.

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Adobe Employee ,
Jan 03, 2018 Jan 03, 2018

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Hi SeoJr,
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.

Thanks,
Kevin

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Community Beginner ,
Jan 03, 2018 Jan 03, 2018

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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?

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Adobe Employee ,
Jan 03, 2018 Jan 03, 2018

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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.

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Kevin

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Community Beginner ,
Jan 03, 2018 Jan 03, 2018

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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.

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Picture 2

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jan 04, 2018 Jan 04, 2018

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And where does the marker end up on the clip when adding.

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Community Beginner ,
Jan 04, 2018 Jan 04, 2018

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not in the correct place, it will end up being in the where I added the blue arrow. 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jan 05, 2018 Jan 05, 2018

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That is the correct place.

The playhead is in the correct place the blue line is off.

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Community Beginner ,
Jan 05, 2018 Jan 05, 2018

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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.

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LEGEND ,
Jan 03, 2018 Jan 03, 2018

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Are you talking about those black lines?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jan 03, 2018 Jan 03, 2018

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The head in not exactly on the line or the line is not exactly under the head.....

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LEGEND ,
Jan 03, 2018 Jan 03, 2018

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That doesn't have anything to do with Markers, though.

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Community Beginner ,
Jan 03, 2018 Jan 03, 2018

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The thing is I don't know what it's called, so I found that marker is the most accurate. 

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New Here ,
Jan 28, 2020 Jan 28, 2020

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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.

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May 04, 2021 May 04, 2021

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Your timeline sequence has to be in 25fps since the marker marks at 25fps. This should solve it. 

 

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