I want to sync audio and video. I found that the audio has to start at 00:00:00:47. Now when I move the pointer to that position in the timeline, it skips automatically to 00:00:01:00. Even if I type “00:00:00:47” in the window, the same happens.
The program just doesn`t let me select the time between 00:00:00:29 and 00:00:00:59.
What to do?
Thanks in advance
Entering Time Values on Shotcut - Keyboard Shortcut Reference
displaying the time in a different format is on the Shotcut - Road Map.
Thanks for the answer. However my problem is not, that I can`t enter time values. Instead the program changes, what I have entered.
On the picture you can see the time-box, marked with a yellow frame. It displays 29 milliseconds. Now when I click on the “up-arrow” next to the time-box, it should display 30 milliseconds, right?
Instead, it skips to 1 second. It doesn`t let me pick any millisecond between 30 and 59, no matter if I enter a number of said range or play around with the “up-arrow” to get to the desired time.
When I play the video in the preview, there is no loss of frames, everything runs smoothly. The audio is also seamless. But for some reason I can`t pick every frame I want.
No, it does not. It displays timecode. Those are frames. From the page, “
timecode (HH:MM:SS:FF where FF = frames)”.
And also from the docs
An alpha channel is a part of the image data that describes each pixel’s level of opacity or translucency. Contrast that with the other data, which describes light and color. Many people think of an alpha channel as a transparency mask. However, that can lead one to think of it as rather binary - opaque or transparent - whereas most often an alpha channel has at least 256 levels.
Aspect ratio is how the width of a rectangle compares with its height. In other words…
And already explained here multiple times so added to
Ok, now I know that we talk about frames. How do i get the program to stop at one of the frames 30-59 without automatically skipping to 00:00:01:00?
Frames are determined by the
Video Mode set, not by the video clip itself.
If your video mode is set at 30fps (30.000000 fps), you will not have frames 30 - 59. Frames 0-29 = 1 second.
To view what FPS your video mode is set to, click on Output, then Properties.
Thanks, mate! Based on your information I was able to change the fps and let the audio start at the desired point. You saved my recording!