Any idea about what can cause that?
Unfortunately there is no section in the Premiere Manual about "you" ...so I suggest a little practice and "you" will work it out.
Be assured "freeze frame" works and can be done more than one way.
Thank you for the great answer.
I've been editing for 20 years, done a lot of freeze frames... they
And I know that there are a lot of work-arounds (which I'm using).
However in this case, the simplest of all thing is not working.
You're right, it's probably me. But that doesn't solve the problem.
Heres two other ways to try.
1. Export a Frame and edit it in as a Freeze Frame
2. Razor the clip at the Freeze Point. Use Hold on In Point to freeze it. (there are a few ways to do this including duplicating the clip so that you get control of the duration of the freeze)
But I am sure I am telling you stuff that you already know. (Sorry)
BTW: Time Remapping to get a freeze is probably the hardest way to get one.
Yes, those are the things I am doing right now.
I didn't use Premiere for a few years and I'm sure I must be missing
a step with the time remapping.
Got to figure out what it is, though.
There is a good video tutorial on the ADOBE site about time remapping including freezing and reversing as well as ramping.
Sorry I don t have the link but its there.
Time Remapping is not exactly an easy process due to the shift in the "time continuum" . I would not use it to achieve a freeze unless I ramped into or out of one.
Yes, time remapping is something I never had to use before.
I saw the video on the Adobe site and thought it would be more
efficient than my old ways.
I got frustrated by not being able to replicate it. But I'll get
over it (or I'll figure it out).
Sometimes the old ways are the best ways.