In a multi track timeline, snapping doesn’t take effect either way.
Steps to reproduce this problem:
1)-3) The same
4) Create two clips and drag the 1st clip to Track V1 and the 2nd clip to Track V2.
5) Click on the right edge of the 1st clip and drag it toward the left edge of the 2nd clip.
7) Snapping doesn’t take effect.
I usually snap to the playhead position.
Works like a charm every time.
I don’t quite understand why someone would stretch a clip in the first place. But the problem you present, it works the same way for me, but not quite sure how it’s a bug though. Just use the playhead for snapping. Using the playhead works so good for snapping, the clip will not move past the playhead.
I can confirm that snapping works now where it didn’t. Thanks, Dan.
But now, snapping is so strong that I can hardly trim a clip once it’s snapped to another clip or the playhead. The same issue as
Dragging works well with snapping. It’s strong enough to be noticeable, but not too strong to the point I can’t move. I think I’m expecting the same level of snapping strength in both dragging and trimming.
OK, it still requires some force - not as much as before. I just pushed a new version of Track.js with a lower threshold for the trimming behavior (see SNAP_TRIM var at the top). That is all I am going to do to make it better for now. You can suggest a lower value that you like, and I will try it out.