Any way to get frame accurate in icon view mode?
Does anyone know if there is a way set frame accurate in points in icon view mode? I know that if you are “hover scrubbing” a clip, and then click on it you can use the JKL keys to shuttle through the footage. But is there any way to go frame-by-frame through the footage as well?
I ask because I have a 4-camera shoot where the clips were synced by a slate clap. I’d like to make a multicam clip from the shots so am going through and setting the “clap” as the in point of each clip, and then using them as sync points for the multicam clip. I hover scrub to the general area of the slate clap (works great) then use the JKL key to narrow in “clap” even more (also works great). However, it is nearly impossible to stop exactly on the frame where the slate hits using the JKL keys. So I would like to get in the general vicinity using JKL, and then use some other keys or method to get to the exact frame of the “clap”. One would assume that the arrow keys would do this, but they don’t.
Does anyone know if there is a way to accomplish this? Thanks in advance for any help.
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