How 'bout posting a screenshot of the timeline zoomed to show a clip that won't move as well as neighboring content on both sides, showing all video and audio tracks, and with the track headers.
Are you on Mac or Win? And have you installed the update that was released today?
Also Mark, while I have you here - I'm getting keyframes created when I use audio effects on audio tracks, by default. I haven't experienced this before and don't know how to turn off.
Example: I add multiband compresser to audio - I press play in effect controls, I adjust settings. For every adjustment, as I play, I t creates a new keyframe for that change. Here's an example of what I end up with:
The first screenshot shows only the head end of the selected clip, and you have not specified whether you're trying to nudge it left or right. We really need to see the neighbors on both ends.
For those playing along at home, here's that screenshot.
Speaking of not grokking, can you translate this: "I can't grok what does that do not move have in common"?
As for the issue with keyframing, that's not an area where I have much knowledge, and it's liable to either get lost in this thread or, if it gets attention from others, then to bifurcate the thread. In other words, please start another thread specific to that issue.
Apologies - "I can't grok what does that do not move have in common" = I can't figure out what this audio file, on A2, has in common with the other audio files that also cannot be nudged (although all can be dragged).
I've uploaded another image to dropbox as I can't upload here (click 'insert image'/choose file/bottom 'insert image' button remains grey/unclickable - same result in both chrome and firefox): https://www.dropbox.com/s/t1kbyext8pzy6jp/PrProCC_nudge.jpg
I hadn't mentioned the hoops I'd jumped through to get PPro CC working on my new Win 7 install - after yesterdays uninstall and reinstall - with Adobe Cloud Cleaner tool and logout of Creative Cloud and back in again I was running for 6+ hrs without issue.
Unfortunately it seems it didn't fix the issue. When opening last nights Project file Premiere quits without an error code - just suddenly closes when opening the same project file I left open last night - which seems to have been corrupted. Same issue as previously. I save new versions of project files often, and Ctrl+S compulsively.
I've imported the seemingly corupted file into a new project and it seems to be working for now.
Though I still can't nudge the clip on A2 left or right, or A1, though they be nudged up or down. I've also found I cannot navigate the playhead frame by frame in the sequence/timeline - pressing right or left seems to not move, yet plays the current frame sound. I.e. holding down right means I hear the same scrubbed frame on repeat.
I'll create a new post re: audio keyframes.
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Some quick specs:
Win 7 x64
Win7 HDD: 420gb 10k Velociraptor
Project HDD: 2tb Raid0
Media HDD: 1.5tb
Backup HDD: 3tb Seagate
MB: Gigabyte x58a ud7
By way of update - I am not having the same symptoms in a new sequence with the old content pasted in.
I would be interested in hearing some insights, or theories.
Corrupt sequence. It happens.
Something similar just happened to me and I found the answer after looking at this thread - the audio track had track keyframes showing, not clip keyframes. Could've been that.
that's what fixed it for me .. wasted several hours and lost hair .. that's the fix !
Had the exact same problem. Just switched to track keyframes and all fixed. Thanks everyone!!
For me, "Show Audio Time Units" in the timeline menu was the culprit.
Using audio time units can be useful when making fine edits/adjustments, but nudging the clip one "frame" when viewing audio time units only moves the clip 1/44,000 or 1/48,000 of a second (depending on your audio resolution). Unless you're REALLY zoomed in on the timeline, nudging the clip one frame when viewing audio time units wouldn't even be noticeable.
I was zoomed out and forgot I had "Show Audio Time Units" checked, and it made it appear as though nudging the clip wasn't doing a thing.
Turned it off and now the audio gets nudged one frame of video for each keystroke.
Audio Time Units (One frame based on audio sample rate 44kHz, 48kHz)
Video Time Units (One frame based on frames per second of video)
How did you do this? What fixed it? How did you edit the keyframes?