Sequence markers wont do the job. You need to set the work area bar in the timeline over the clip.
This will correspond with the in and outpoints in the export settings (yellow bar left below Media Encoder).
Another quick way is to nest the clip and export the nested sequence.
By the way: welcome to the forums.
I've set the work area in the timeline over the clip - I'm still
having the same issues. I've gone through this process before and been
able to export just fine...but now even though the work area has been
set, the in and outpoints are still off. Am I missing something?
In your Export settings dialog box, make sure that Work Area is selected, and not Entire Sequence.
Good luck, and hope that helps,
In CS4 it works differently to that Bill.
At the O.P. When the AME screen comes up...check that the IN/Out markers are properly set in the Timeline under the Video Image display.
I have had instances when this timeline does not exactly reflect what the work area bar was set to in the Sequence Timeline.
BTW - you can set or reset these at this point.
Thank you for that. Obviously a change, that I need to imprint.
thanks for the help guys!
i thought i had the issue taken care of. i have the work area set
properly, yet the in/out markers under the video image display are off
- ordinarily if i select a single clip, there is a very short yellow
bar between the two markers underneath the video image display. yet,
as you see in the attached photo - the yellow bar is long - and
doesn't reflect the work area that is to be exported. what is the
When this happens, go to the end of the sequence. Back up the CTI one frame. Set the end of the work area bar to the new CTI position. Export. All should be well.
What happens is that once an export of a sequence has occurred, setting the work area bar end to the end of the sequence for subsequent exports will force an export of the entire sequence.