Not sure what happened, but when I ran the caption aspect of the video, at the very end, it only gave one of my lines of text .001 seconds of playtime. But, since it is at the end of the video, there is no option for me to lengthen the time of the subtitle box, because the arrows require a lower block to do so, and adding a block below it, doesn’t work. Does anyone have a solution for this I may be missing? Thanks in advance!
I looked at those two videos, but they both look to have more than .001 at the end, so maybe you found a workaround?
The only reason the last one would be .001 I can think of is if you added a new block at the end. The way the blocks work is, every 100th of a second is accounted for. So, if your last block is .001 and you try to add another one, that time has to come from somewhere. So, what you would need to do to make the last block longer is transfer time from the previous block to it using the transfer arrows.
If you haven’t sorted it out, then let me know what you are wanting and I can make a video showing you. i.e. "I want the last block to say ‘That’s all folks’ and to last for 3 seconds."
Ok Conner, looks to be good to go now. I need to dig a bit to see what happened with these videos, but the timing is resolved for them.
If you have any other issues with them, just let me know.
Ok Conner. We are all set. I was able to sort it out. You should be all set now. Thanks for your patience and the follow-up.
Sorry, I don’t think I explained properly. The captioning ends before the actual video does. If you go into the video, and press play on the second to last block with words, you’ll notice the video stops after the last word on that slide, but then you can go to the top of the screen and press the play button for the full video (Instead of just the captioning) and the video continues to play. It seems as though when I did the original captioning run-through, it didn’t detect his last line of speaking, and therefore ending the captioning, before it should have? Hope that helps/makes sense?
Hey Craig! This problem has just happened again, with another video of mine (Video 158 IG). Not sure if it helps, but this tends to happen when I use the "re-process" function, and change the default line length to 50 instead of 30. Not sure if that would help you fix the problem on the back end? I will update this chain as I edit more content, if it happens again. If you could fix that video when you get a chance, I’d appreciate it! Thanks!
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