>find my computer specifications under my profile
People who post help messages are volunteers, not Adobe employees... I doubt that anyone will take the time to go somewhere else and come back to your question
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I am sorry. I actually posted other questions here and I have always put my
computer info at the end of my questions. Yesterday I was browsing around
and I noticed that under the profile you created a specific place for the
computer info. So I thought that perhaps it would be the proper way to do
it . Apparently I did the vwrong thing. Also to ask a question on the web
is something that we all do without thinking anymore. Everything is free
and we take everything for granted with no intention whatsovere to take
advantage of anyone and neither did I in this instance. My apologies. I
will follow up with my computer specifications tonight when I get home from
work. Thank you.
Are you using the same clips in the new sequences, or different clips?
Different clips from the same original file. If I wanted to create a new
sequence using the same clips from the sequence that plays fine where would
I find them?
It might do to get some terminology hashed out.
On the hard drive, it's called a file. Inside of PP, it's called a clip. In the sequence, it's called a Clip Instance. It sounds like you're using the same clip as source media for the new sequences, just different parts of it. Is that correct? How long is that original clip, in it's entirety?
Yes you are correct. Thanks for clarifing things. The entire original clip
is approximately 2 minutes and 15 seconds.
OK. That's not long enough to cause the problem I suspected.
Unfortunately, I'm now at a loss for an explanation.