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  3. 38 votes

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    Ivelin Mitroev commented  · 

    Hello guys,
    I like many others were looking for a quick solution and I came across this
    https://youtu.be/4WnXn5mm1u8
    I had some doubts about it, but it turned out it worked perfectly fine.
    Before that, I tried encoding it to different formats and frame rates through AME, but unfortunately, nothing worked. My guess is that Adobe just doesn't like the Dolby codecs and that's why AME failed to fix it.
    NOTE: In my case the footage was 50 fps originally and after converting it through the windows 10 photo app it was encoded to 30 fps. I'm not sure if it's possible to change it, but so far this is the only solution that worked for me.
    Best of luck everybody!

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    Ivelin Mitroev commented  · 

    Guys I just found a kind of a solution to that. If you open the markers tab (Windows-->Marker) you get a list with all the markers and their IN and OUT points + the notes if they have any. And if you hold CTRL you can select multiple markers in that panel, and then on the timeline if you click and hold on the first selected marker you'll be able to move the previously selected markers at once.

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