Since updating to Premiere v14, when I select a video track and shift the clip forward or backwards, instead of locking to frames, it's now shifting it between frames. I can click and drag a clip forward or backwards in the timeline, and it takes 3 or 4 shifts (depending on your zoom level) before it says it's moved 1 frame.
It still does snap to frame markers, but it means now I can shift a clip and it'll snap back to where it was, instead of moving forward or backwards 1 frame, if I don't move it enough. Not sure why it's not just only snapping to frames anymore, instead of giving me these useless steps in between.
I don't remember ever having this issue before in Premiere. Makes small edit tweaks more difficult than it needs to be.
Attached video shows the behavior I'm talking about.
Press the S-key once on your keyboard or click on the "magnet" icon on your timeline.
Good thought but snapping is already on. Not the problem here unfortuantely.
Seeing the same but its not actually slipping frames. If you let go of the mouse it snaps to the nearest full frame.
It moves more sutle instead of snapping to everything nearby.
Yeah, I realized as I was working out what was going on that it wasn't actually slipping frames, but still snapping to the nearest full frame. But still is something it shouldn't be doing. It should only be moving by frames, not in between frames and then snapping to one. I'm hoping that it's a setting somewhere that can be turned off.
I actually like it better.
Intersting. Can I ask why? I don't see any need for it, so would love to hear how it benefits you.
Often my clip snaps to a position I dont want it to snap to, especially when zoomed out.