Extend Frame

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This conversation has been merged. Please reference the main conversation: Ability to extend frame by dragging

It would seem only intuitive to construct the following behavior. Perhaps you have a video that plays and comes into view but remains static. In my own example, I have an intro video that slides some rocks in, then remains static for several seconds. I need to simply extend the end frame of the video for several more seconds. Sure, I am able to right-click the end of the video and choose to Extend Frame, but it would seem only intuitive to coax that to happen if I just clicked on the end and dragged the mouse to make the video longer.
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Rick Stone

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kayakman, Champion

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Rick, perhaps tweak your intro clip ...

add a 1 second frame extension to the end of it, group that with the intro clip, and add to Library

then, use that Library asset, un-grouping and then dragging the end as needed?
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