3 Replies Latest reply on Aug 23, 2009 3:41 PM by the_wine_snob

    dragging clips in a sceneline

    griz46

      Version 7.0.  I am able to drag the first clip on the sceneline.  during subsequent dragging into the the "drag next clip here" all clips merge into the first clip.  all clips end up on just the first scene.  any suggestions,

      thanks

        • 1. Re: dragging clips in a sceneline
          Jim_Simon Level 8

          I really don't understand the question.  Proper and precise terminology can be a big help.

           

          For staters, it's called a timeline.  Or a sequence.  Either will do.

           

          Now by dragging, do you mean dragging from the bin or the source monitor to the timeline, moving a clip within the timeline, or extending the ends of a clip in the timeline?

          • 2. Re: dragging clips in a sceneline
            Phil Griffith Level 2

            I believe you are referring to version 7 of Premiere Elements. This is the forum for Premiere Pro. There is a separate forum for Elements.

            • 3. Re: dragging clips in a sceneline
              the_wine_snob Level 9

              Welcome to the PrPro forum. I believe that you want the PrElements forum.

               

              Now, when Scenline View Mode acts up, it is usualy a problem with the Project setting and source footage with DD 5.1 SS Audio. Choose a Project with DD 5.1 SS Audio. I also strongly recommend using the Timeline View Mode, especially with DD 5.1 SS. It might look a bit weird, when you first go to it, but that is by far the better way to edit. Use it, and you will love it.

               

              Also, be prepared for the DD 5.1 SS Audio to drop to a lower Audio Track. You may have to scroll to see it.

               

              Good luck,

               

              Hunt