The only thing I understand is MAC, off, FCP and these terms do not bode well. For the rest is can only be attirbuted to those terms or OE irrespective of what you mean.
8 minutes is meaningless for an invalid snail using FCP on a MAC with everything turned off with material that is not really material at all, so what are you complaining about? If this is yes, then why not? Everything makes perfect sense if you do not want to know what is going on, and then it is utterly logical, unless you do not understand what is illogical to start with and you understand that not understanding is a form of understanding that is logical to comprehend the illogical, or something like this...
"8 minutes is meaningless for an invalid snail using FCP on a MAC with everything turned off with material that is not really material at all, so what are you complaining about?"
That the program isn't showing the correct in and out points between the source and clip.
If I highlight a clip and "display in project" then display that in Source, and "go to in", CS5.5 is wrongly telling me where the clip fromt he source material begins within the source.
Instead of doing that, use the 'Match frame' key (M by default).
Yes, Im doing that. But Im also having an issue with match framing...
On the timeline I have 2 clips next to one another. Each are from the SAME source video. If I click on the one on the left, hit M, it opensit in the source. All well and good. Now the problem lies in when I do the same with the clip to the right of it in the timeline from the same source vid. If I press Q now while the Source panel is hilighted to go to the in point of the clip, it doesnt do this. It takes me to the in point of the clip to the LEFT ofit on the timeline fromt he same source video.
Bug, intentional, or am i doing something wrong?
..am i doing something wrong?
You need to park your CTI/Playhead on the scene you want to match into the Source Monitor.
it is, sorry forgot to mention that detail.
All I can think of is OE.
Match frame is a very basic function that works flawlessly if implemented properly.
By the way, matching frames and in/out points has nothing to do with metadata.
with metadata, i was saying that the times were indeed wrong in the meta data display by about a good 8+ seconds when pressing Q and O to tell it to find the points in the source matching the clip when trying to find a sound clip from itt hat accidentally deleted. Sorry if its confusing her,e but there's really 2 issues, one with the syncing wrong I/O as talked about in the beginning andthen the other with the match framing not matching the proper frame sometimes period as I just explained.