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Old Dec 6, 2012, 04:24 AM   #1
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Changing transition & title length: Final Cut Pro X

I hope the solution to this is easy cuz it should be! (That word "should" comes up all the time!)

What's my problem? Well, adding a transition and titles is easy; super easy; however, when i want to change the length of the transition or the title, it ends up with some weird numbers. For example, I've now got it as 3 seconds as the default. So let's say I wanna extend it to 6 seconds. Okay, I click and select the transition or title; then I hit Control and D. Fine. Now I can type in the length that I want. So I type in 600 and it shows as 6 seconds; I hit the enter/return key. I give it time to save. I click on it, Control and D and... it's not 6 seconds! It might be something like 9 seconds or 4 seconds!

Please tell me there's a simple solution and explanation!


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