At the top of the Track view in Cakewalk is the Video Thumbnails pane, which displays individual frames of your video at certain time intervals of your project. The time interval between displayed frames is determined by the zoom level you choose. If you zoom in far enough, you can view each individual frame of your video.
Figure 133. The Video Thumbnails pane.A. Show/hide frame numbers button B. Show/hide thumbnails button C. Video track strip D. Splitter bar E. Frame number
The video track strip at the top of the Track pane has display fields for Video File Name, Start Time, Trim-In Time, Trim-Out Time, Duration, and Current Frame, as well as a toggle buttons to show/hide the thumbnails (without hiding the Video Thumbnails pane), and to show/hide frame numbers on individual frames. You can edit the Start Time, Trim-in Time, and Trim-Out Time fields.
Click the Track view View menu and choose Video Thumbnail Show/Hide.
Right-click the Video Thumbnails pane or the Video Thumbnails track strip and choose Show/Hide Thumbnails on the pop-up menu.
Click the Show/Hide Thumbnails button in the Video Thumbnail track strip.
In the video track strip, click the Show/Hide Frame Numbers button .
In the video track strip, click the Start field, type a new number in Measure/Beat/Tick format, and press ENTER. The start time is the time in your Cakewalk project at which your video starts to play.
In the video track strip, click the Trim-In field, type a new number in SMPTE format, and press ENTER (you can press the SPACEBAR instead of typing colons, if you want, and you can type single zeros instead of double zeros). The Trim-In time is the time in your video file at which you want to start video playback.
In the video track strip, click the Trim-Out field, type a new number in SMPTE format, and press ENTER (you can press the SPACEBAR instead of typing colons, if you want, and you can type single zeros instead of double zeros). The Trim-Out time is the time in your video file at which you want to stop video playback.
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