The most common reason that gaps do not close, is that there is either an Audio Clip that "covers" the gap, or perhaps Video that does.
Is either the case in your instance?
It's audio clips. My audio is separate from the video so that solves that problem. I managed to do a reasonable facsimilie of the Mary Tyler Moore credits for our parody video.It's not perfect, but it does the job. Michael
Date: Sat, 29 Oct 2011 17:25:45 -0600
Re: delete and close gap doesn't
created by Bill Hunt in Premiere Elements - View the full discussion
Michael, The most common reason that gaps do not close, is that there is either an Audio Clip that "covers" the gap, or perhaps Video that does. Is either the case in your instance? Good luck, Hunt
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I guessed that it was either Audio (first guess), or maybe some overlay Video (second guess), and either can really mess up the "Delete and Close Gaps." While that feature is very good, there are several possible scenarios, that will keep it from working, as one expects it to.
Glad that all is working well for you.
Good luck, and happy editing,