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Split clips - still showing unwanted clips from previous clips or after


Nate999
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I have a video with various clips I'm splitting into different parts.

At the timeline as I press next frame (RIGHT) or the button on the player at the end of the clip where I've split it looks fine (shows a black screen) I've spread the clips a good few seconds apart to test.

Yet when I play the file It shows a milli-second of the next (unwanted) clip.

Is the next frame button literally the next frame?

Is this a bug in the program or am I doing something wrong - I've noticed this happen on a few video editors.

Thanks

Nate

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