I have just inserted a clip marker and realised that I need to change it for syncronisation purposes. However I went back to the source monitor to delete the clear all the clip markers, back to the timeline, moved my playhead to the exact frame I want my clip marker. When I try to insert the clip marker Premiere Pro CS6 reinsert the deleted clip marker on that previous unwanted position.
How do I tell Premiere Pro to insert the clip marker on the correct desired position?
Very strange behaviour indeed! But that what is happenning here. I have got about 9 tracks I wanted to syncronise, the way to go round it was to quit PrPro and lauch again and it appears to have forgotten. But it is happenning everytime and at times I will have to move the clip marker in the source monitor to alighn with the playhead in the timeline. The playhead in the timeline and the source monitor will be at different position altogether once that happens.
What I mearnt is, if I clear the unwanted clip marker in via the source monitor, I will then move my play head in the timeline to the desired sync point. When I double click the clip to insert the clip marker in the source monitor, the playhead in the source monitor will appear on the previous point where the clip marker has been deleted. In that case it reinsert the deleted clip marker as if I have just hit ctrl z.
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