On Premiere Pro CS6, the timeline seems to be set at a 15 minute mark. However, I'm making a stop motion film (or attempting to) and it is only 2 minutes long. The fact that the timeline is so huge is seriously detrimental since I have to zoom in an exorbitant amount in order to click on the individual pictures and when I do that, the scroll bar becomes VERY sensitive and makes it hard for me to use.
Is there any way that I can trim the timeline down to 5 minutes or something instead of 15?
Here are two links to what my timeline looks like:
Fully zoomed out:
Zoomed in, all the way at the end:
Am I doing something wrong?
I have that thing that you highlighted SORTA at the end of my actual video, however, like I said that's at 2mins. The time line goes on to 15.
Looks normal to me.
Your actual timeline or rather seqeunce is the length to the last clip or audio clip which looks it it set to 05.26.21. (see program monitor)
The rest is extra working space.
If you want a different seqeunce length say till the end of the last videoclip set your Work Area Bar.