Camtasia 8.1 joining of extended frames

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Camtasia 8.1
When I extend the frame or cut a section from a piece the result is the two ends joined together, can I change this to as 8.0 ?

The joint result makes it extremely difficult to edit frame by frame as I would often use the drag function to extend further or reduce.
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Ruth

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Kevin Mojek, Employee

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Yep, in the Tools -> Options dialog, disable the 'Enable auto-stitching' checkbox.

This tutorial has some more info on stitching: http://www.techsmith.com/tutorial-cam...
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Enya Fez

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Auto-stitching is enabled on mine, but it's not auto-stitching. Using 8.1.2 on Win 7.
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Kevin Mojek, Employee

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Sorry for the trouble. I haven't been able to reproduce the issue so far; I tested range cuts and extend-frames on a few different types of media. Are you seeing the problem on all media or just certain types or just some specific files?
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Steven Sudy

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Hi, I have the same problem. I did a 10 minute long screen recording and just started editing it. (I just upgraded from 7.0 to 8.1.2). I select the piece that I want to cut out, and press delete. The piece gets deleted, but the remaining clips don't get stitched (or even moved) together. I have auto-stitching enabled. Using W7 64bit. Thanks in advance for your help!
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Stitching is only applicable to cuts. Instead of delete, do a cut (Ctrl + X) and the clip should be stitched.
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Ah, great! Thanks for the quick reply.

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