I have a gap/space between two clips that seems to be persistant. I can slide/snap the next clip in the timeline back up against the clip to remove the gap, as well as drag the previous clip to the next clip, but this just moves the gap down the timeline, when I try to drag the yellow handle to "fill in the gap" with footage, with the hopes of deleting it later, it moves the rest of my clips down the track, as if there is something there.
I have a 2 hour long sequence I am editing, and I cannot highlight the rest of the clips in the timeline in order to drag them as a group back into place.
Any advice? Thank you in advance.
Rush automatically snaps clips together, so there must be something at work on the timeline that's not obvious. If you can post a screen capture of your timeline that might help us.
Meantime, are you talking about the main video track or one of the upper video tracks?
Thank you for the quick response. I believe it is the main track. I've attached two screenshots that I hope illustrate my problem better. Also, I learned that 5 or so clips near the area where I have this problem all had the rate increased at the last split second, not noticable unless I looked at the rate handles over the clips in the timeline. I went back and reset all the rate edits so they were 100% speed throughout the clip.
I'm assuming it was sloppy assembly.
I agree there is probably something hidden in the background re: the clips that I am not seeing.
This illustrations are somewhat helpful. But can you show a screenshot of the entire timeline -- or even the program's entire interface?
I had the same issue, I was able to snap clips together manually but could not use ribble delete or delete the gaps between clips. For me the issue was my music track that for some reason was preventing this.
Source (provides a few more options on possible fixes): https://www.reddit.com/r/premiere/comments/5cafma/help_i_cant_delete_or_ripple_delete_gaps_in_my/
I have the same problem. It's crazy-making. There's a gap in the timeline that simply won't fill in, i.e., it won't snap together. It just goes black during the gap
I was eventually able to move the remaing clips to the left, filling in the gap. I'm not sure what finally allowed this.
It is not just you! Ever since the updates, myself and the other person I work with who uses this program, both of us have had this happen repeatedly! One of the gaps I am trying to fill is at the beginning of 200 small splice clips. It would be a NIGHTMARE to move them all over one by one. Can anybody help please?!?
Same problem! Haven't found a solution yet!
Bump. Having the same issue - and too many clips to move over manually.