Can you give us the details of that problem Clip?
Also, a screen-cap of it in the Timeline might be useful.
The red & white box, usually indicates that the Audio and Video in a muxed Clip (both the Audio & Video Streams in one Clip), have been offset.
Good luck, and please let us know a bit more.
I just discovered a new element to this; if I split the video and audio in the clip, when I perform the copy the video is where it should be but the audio reverts to the start of the clip. I assume this is the cause of the video-audio offset you described. I can actually discard the clip audio so my problem is solved with regards to this project, but I have never seen this before and would like to know how to go about preventing this if it happens again. Does anyone have any ideas?
Well, glad that you have found a workaround, but like you, I have never heard of this problem before, and would also like to find out what is going on. Maybe others have seen it, or read of it, and can comment?
Thanks. I do hope somebody will have heard of what is going on here, because it's hard to sync the video with the music audio when I can't compare the waveforms. I'm being forced to go on mouth movement alone.
What steps are you taking to Copy and Paste. (There are a number of ways to do it.)
Perhaps there's a way to do it that won't knock your audio and video out of sync.
Never seen anything like it. If you hover the cursor over it does it give any tool tip? Can you display the clip properties and post a screenshot.
I'm glad you found a workaround but, like Bill, I'm very curious to know what that box is.
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