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Look for the lighter colored box on the clip you want to time remap that should be default say "Opacity:Opacity" with an upside-down triangle. Click that, and you'll see the option for Time Remapping; select it. You can then follow the rest of the tutorial.
Time remapping must be done in the timeline, and not in the effects controls window like most other effects.
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Never noticed this before and it maybe specific to my particular current project but can someone verify.
The Grey Box only appears on Clips on Video Layer one.?
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The Video layer needs to be twirled open before the grey box appears.