Hi having exactlly the same problem, did find a bit on this with another usere, his work around was to:-
create a new sequence
go back to the old sequence and 'select all' ctl a (pc)
then paste the sequence into the 'new sequence'. this worked for me. good luck,
ADOBE PERHAPS YOU WOULD LIKE TO SORT??
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You must have the in and out points in the programme monitor set to include the area of the timeline you are working on, if you don't the automation is not recorded. It's caught me out a few times!
Will have a look at that
Hi again, just reloaded the project , sure enough the in/out were up the T/L a bit, once I made them cover the entire sequence it now works as expected...
I spent 20 mins with a adobe help trying to prove I was entitled to it and still got nowhere, thank god for user groups.
That's good, I'm glad I could help. This 'feature' can be quite useful if you only want to change a small part of the automation. It also applies to audio recording on the timeline.
Jeff. if you ever have a complicated issue that the lower tier Adobe folks are solving, ask for an escalation and request Vinay. He is the best tech support guy I know.
Thanks, one of the site guys jumped on the problem pretty quickly, turned
out to be finger trouble (Mine I’m afraid). But I will file this mail away
for the next time (and I’m sure there will be a next time)....
AHHH that helped me! Phew! Thanks!