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VideoPad Ver 10.37 Prev Frame/Next Frame function is weird


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Hi guys, since V10.34 I have been having an issue with the Prev/Next frame function.

Both with left/right arrow key or the Prev/Next buttons, when in the primary sequence, sometimes the red line jumps WAY BACK.

Sequence 2 seems to be ok and then going back to seq 1 is now acting right.  Hmmmmm

I will provide a unlisted video.

https://youtu.be/bJAgqts7Dpc

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On 5/13/2021 at 12:12 PM, borate said:

Issue appears to be remedied as of 5/13 in this beta version.  The usual beta caveats apply.

However I just upgraded t o 10.48 AND IN SEQUENCE 1 the next/prev frame button or left/right arrow keys do not skip to the next frame of the video. It sometimes it does nothing at all, other times it skips to the end of the video snippet if I only have audio with no video yet. 

In SEQ 2 it does work correctly.

Here is a video of the function not operating correctly in the second part of the editing

https://youtu.be/Vh9FM3PRRJ4

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Looks correct.

If there's no video, there are no frames.  It will skip over the audio-only section to the next video frame.  If there is no next video frame, the > button will do nothing, as in your demo.

Your project has two tracks - one video, one audio - but only a single Sequence.

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Oh I see, I was wondering if that was the reason, nothing in the video track.

It never used to do that, I am in the habit of recording audio, editing that, then adding the images/video to that.

Ok so working as intended then?

Is there any reason the left/right can be made to scrub over the audio as well?

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It has been confirmed that this is indeed the intended behavior - video steps only.

Earlier, the cursor was jumping by a fixed time step - and could miss frames or repeat the same frame.

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