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  1. I selected multiple clips in a audio track, selected the first one, then scrolled to the end of the track, held Shift and clicked, all selected. Then I went to the menu bar, Audio Effects, Amplify, Apply to All, choose, the Amount i wanted amplified, 150, close it, the only track that is amplified to 150 is the last one, the rest are at default, 100. Ugh.
  2. Is there a work around for it, until it is corrected?
  3. I went to the main seq, pulled it up in the clip preview, and then selected the area that I wanted exported with the blue and red slides. Then exported the video. The video exported where I wanted, there is the appropriate amount of sound time, however the sound is from the first 20 secs of the main seq, not the area that I isolated. After the video portion is over, the rest of the time on the exported video is silence for 20 plus minutes, and no video.
  4. UPDATE - I went back to 4.30 and did what I was trying to do in 4.33, and it worked fine. Clip was 14 secs, audio was fine.
  5. Recently upgraded to 4.33 and now there appears to be a major rendering error when I render a small segment of a sequence. As you can see in the picture, I have time edited a small portion of my main sequence for an opening, approximate 20 secs, when I "export" that area to video, it exports the video as expected, however it takes the first x amount of sound on the main sequence instead of the sound that is for that part of the segment. Then, when I play the video, the video plays where it should, and the sound last as long as the video, then it shows where the video stopped for the entire length of the actual segment, which is 20 min or so. The actual segment I need is only 20 or so seconds. I have not rendered an entire video yet, in the new version.....
  6. Thanks, that does help.....I installed a second monitor to my laptop, now ever better! I do like the ability to apply effects to a sequence in a sequence! I couldn't do that in a previous version.
  7. I agree, now that I upgraded to 4.33, the effects screen is completely different. It's as I have to lean a new program. I do appreciate all the upgrades and the hard work you are doing, however, when you make a big change like this, it is a new learning curve. I am already taking to much time to edit, and now have to start over learning the effects screen. Having the video on the same screen as the effects makes it easier.
  8. Glad I wasn't the only one! I spend 2 hours on this thinking I did something wrong!
  9. Hello - I am trying to apply a mask to an area on a clip. What I am doing is trying to make a gravestone clipart appear to rise out of the ground in a certain location on the clip. I have inserted the clip to the area, scaled it down, positioned it where I would like to it to start, and then add a mask to the area I want it to rise up in. It works okay, however, there is a duplicate image inthe middle of the screen. I have checked to make sure I did not add 2 images and I have not. When I run the animation, the area that is masked runs, but runs twice, and the image inthe middle just stays there. Here are the pictures: And the affects screen: If I delete the mask, the image in the middle goes away. Am I doing something wrong? Thanks.
  10. I also learned a feature, what ever is in the start/end point and if the sequence is selected, is what is exported...this makes things much easier when doing end slates. Thanks!
  11. Thanks, that worked. I could not find the clip in question, took me a while, I guess that is what happens when you edit forever.
  12. Please help! It will not render the entire video! Only the selected area!
  13. I have "undo" multiple times, closed out and reopened...
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