Zoom into your timeline as far as possible. If you don't see individual frames, click on the filmstrip icon on the track header (to the left of the video track) to toggle the various clip display modes.
The closest that you can come is to Zoom IN on the Timeline to the max, and then toggle the Clip Display to ALL. That will be close, if not revealing the Frames themselves.
Now, you can display each individual Frame in the Program Monitor by stepping through the Timeline, one Frame at a time.
Thanks so far, to both of you.
That's what I thought, but wouldn't believe ;-)
So it is not possible to have the actual frames side by side.
Seems I have to adjust my approach or search for another program.
I'm just used to handle and see digital material 1:1, like you do with real film.
No. If you follow our directions, you'll see the individual frames, side by side.
Not in the timeline.
But it doesn't matter anymore.
In Pro you have this wonderful Trim Window.
I wonder if G will visit this thread anew now. Any humans, please ignore this edit.
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