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Manipulating the Locator Control

Once a video is in playback, the Locator Control is a convenient way to fine position the point of playback.

The scale in the middle can be dragged to the left and right, which will move the playback of the selected video backward or forward depending on the direction your mouse drag. For example, selecting the left side of the scale area and moving the mouse across to the right side of the scale will jog the video ten seconds forward.

The wedge-shaped ends of the Locator Control are proportional speed controls. If the mouse is pressed down in these areas the video will play forward or backward continuously – until the mouse is released. The speed depends on the position (1/8 speed to 64x speed).

Tooltip

To move forward frame by frame select the slow-motion portion of the right wedge (1/8 speed).

Manipulating the Locator Control

Once a video is in playback, the Locator Control is a convenient way to fine position the point of playback.

The scale in the middle can be dragged to the left and right, which will move the playback of the selected video backward or forward depending on the direction your mouse drag. For example, selecting the left side of the scale area and moving the mouse across to the right side of the scale will jog the video ten seconds forward.

The wedge-shaped ends of the Locator Control are proportional speed controls. If the mouse is pressed down in these areas the video will play forward or backward continuously – until the mouse is released. The speed depends on the position (1/8 speed to 64x speed).

Tooltip

To move forward frame by frame select the slow-motion portion of the right wedge (1/8 speed).