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Mar 14, 2020

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so i finished editing my video but theres a bunch of blank space at the end of my video. so if my video in its final version that i want is 4 minutes long, it shows that after 4 minutes, there is like 3 minutes of blank footage and when i go to export, i have to export all 7 minutes (4 minutes of what i want) and 3 minutes of the blank screen. how i delete this blank screen? Thanks

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Correct answer by Steve Grisetti | Adobe Community Professional

You likely have a few frames of video floating out beyond the end of your movie, most likely on an upper video track.

 

Drag, select and delete them, similar to as in the tutorial for Premiere Elements.

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blank space at end of my video

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so i finished editing my video but theres a bunch of blank space at the end of my video. so if my video in its final version that i want is 4 minutes long, it shows that after 4 minutes, there is like 3 minutes of blank footage and when i go to export, i have to export all 7 minutes (4 minutes of what i want) and 3 minutes of the blank screen. how i delete this blank screen? Thanks

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Correct answer by Steve Grisetti | Adobe Community Professional

You likely have a few frames of video floating out beyond the end of your movie, most likely on an upper video track.

 

Drag, select and delete them, similar to as in the tutorial for Premiere Elements.

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You likely have a few frames of video floating out beyond the end of your movie, most likely on an upper video track.

 

Drag, select and delete them, similar to as in the tutorial for Premiere Elements.

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Hi guys,

I also have this issue but I definitely don't have any stray footage left over. I've even dragged all the way to the end and deleted just in case. Any other ideas, please?

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Can you upload a screenshot of your timeline? You may want to double check by zooming all the way out; even a fraction of a second clip could be holding in an extended area further down the timeline.

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I have RUSH, and I selected with the box, like he said. Pressed delete and then backslash, and it didn't delete the blank area, but it added it to my clip, so that I could cut and delete it. Thank you!

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