Setting Delays for a Clip
To inspect and/or edit delay settings in a test clip, click the Clip Editor, Properties tab on the lower panel, and then select the Delays node in the Property Type list.
- With Delay selected, check the Override Delay settings box to activate the settings below.
- Optionally, select Replace the individual Delay settings.
What you should see
- To set a specific duration for the delay, enter its value in milliseconds (ms).
To set a random duration for delays within a range, select Random duration between: and then define both the lower and upper end for that range. You can also Edit Random Delays in Clip Editor via the inline editor in "list" mode or by clicking on a time delay icon and opening the lower panel editor.
To adjust delays already defined in the test clip, select Adjust the individual Delay settings and then check one or both of:
- Adjust duration by:
Enter an additional number of milliseconds to existing delays
- Maximum duration:
- Enter a maximum value in milliseconds for existing delays.
For example, to add 10 seconds to all delays, check Adjust duration by: and then enter 10000. To specify a maximum duration for the adjustment (or for the specific values already in the test clip), check Maximum duration and then specify a max value for all delays.