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DougT wrote on 10/17/2020, 9:23 PM

I am not sure how you have it setup, even the video wasn't real clear, but easy fix is to delete the parts of the blurred track that you don't need so the lower video track is exposed completely.

Grazie wrote on 10/18/2020, 12:33 AM

@DougT - Yes to both: Solution and not explained clearly enough.

@TMTFish - Come back at us, we’re here to help. 😎

Robert Johnston wrote on 10/18/2020, 3:29 AM

@TMTFish

Go to the first keyframe closest to 26 seconds. Is there a mask at that keyframe? If there isn't a mask, then that's why all the video frames before 26 secs. (approx) are blurred. I don't know if that is how it should work or not. You would think that when you reach a keyframe that has a mask, that the mask will be there at least until the next keyframe. Zoom in on those keyframes so you can check for "hidden" keyframes that are only a few frames apart. Maybe you accidentally Reset the mask on one of them.

Grazie wrote on 10/18/2020, 3:32 AM

 

Zoom in on those keyframes so you can check for "hidden" keyframes that are only a few frames apart. Maybe you accidentally Reset the mask on one of them.

@Robert Johnston:- Yes.