Are you referring back to your recent thread
Recently I completed a short movie and posted it on You Tube Link: Sage Mountain Villa: Tropical Flowers . In the process of uploading and posting, about 15 seconds of blank footage was added to the beginning of the film. Does anyone have any idea why.
in which I brought up the matter of Timeline debris?
If so, these are more details that I had in mind for a possible clean up of them.
With your working project open...
1. In the Expert workspace, expand the Timeline with the -+ above the Timeline.
2. Hit the computer keyboard End key and observe where the Timeline Indicator stops.
(a) If it stops at the end of the last item of the Timeline, then you will need to focus on area of the opened tracks above and below the beginning to end of Timeline content. I do not think this is your case. So, see "b"
(b) If the Timeline Indicator stops way beyond the end of the last item of the Timeline, then you search at that area where the Timeline Indicator stops for the debris. This debris could present as thin black vertical lines scattered in the tracks or as whole clips that you have moved to the right to get them away from your intended Timeline. When you find these leftovers, you delete them. After you do that, you hit the End key again to make sure that the Timeline Indicator is going to stop at the end of the last item on the Timeline.
Please review and consider. If you need clarification on the above, please do not hesitate to ask.
I watched your video and was overwhelmed by your use of Premiere Elements to weave a mesmerizing and beautiful floral video presentation. You took the basic effects and made them your own. Well done.
Of note, the black sets in about 4:44 of the 4:49 end time. Did you want it that way?
We are very impressed by your work. Thank you for sharing it with us.