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Using the answers to my previous message "Texting questions", I created an info frame, using white text on a
blackboard, which viewers read before the video frames start.

Encountered a question.
1) Wanted to make the white text brighter than the original text. Which was accomplished. But then discovered
there was ONE FRAME left from the original text. It is now the first frame of the video. Its address is 00|00|00|00.
Is there a way to delete that frame? Or cause the rest of the whole video to back-up one frame?

2) Looked for a way to eliminate the extra frame by clicking on the Title function but could find no way to
access Title Designer to see if anything there for frame removal.

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Sure. Try this: Highlight the clip. Hit the Home key on the keyboard. Expand the Timeline ruler to the maximum by moving the white ball on the bottom left of the screen to the right next to the + sign. Move the scrubber at least 1 frame to the right using the period key. Hit the Split clip button. Highlight that left frame by a Right mouse click and choose Remove and Fill gap and/or move all clips, whichever is the most appropriate for you..
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Quote Sure. Try this: Highlight the clip. Hit the Home key on the keyboard. Expand the Timeline ruler to the maximum by moving the white ball on the bottom left of the screen to the right next to the + sign. Move the scrubber at least 1 frame to the right using the period key. Hit the Split clip button. Highlight that left frame by a Right mouse click and choose Remove and Fill gap and/or move all clips, whichever is the most appropriate for you..


tomasc: not sure what is meant by "highlight" the clip? Clip means the frame I'm trying to get rid of ? Then I'm ready to go ahead and do this. Thanks for your response.
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Quote Sure. Try this: Highlight the clip. Hit the Home key on the keyboard. Expand the Timeline ruler to the maximum by moving the white ball on the bottom left of the screen to the right next to the + sign. Move the scrubber at least 1 frame to the right using the period key. Hit the Split clip button. Highlight that left frame by a Right mouse click and choose Remove and Fill gap and/or move all clips, whichever is the most appropriate for you..


tomasc: not sure what is meant by "highlight" the clip? Clip means the frame I'm trying to get rid of ? Then I'm ready to go ahead and do this. Thanks for your response.
8GeneL3


tomasc: Nothing works to eliminate this frame. Taking a closer look at the unwanted frame I have noticed that only about
two-thirds of that frame is visible on the timeline. The edit system does not do anything with it. I have decided to remove
the front two frames Leaving only the actual video frames. Then I will close and save the file. Will read it back in to make
sure there is nothing in front of the video frames and proceed to make a new info frame.

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