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    Is there any way to view the total time (length) of the event in the timeline window? I only see the time at the cursor position.

    There are two blank boxes next to the counter at the bottom of the timeline, but I can't find a setting to show total time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hurricane51 View Post
    Is there any way to view the total time (length) of the event in the timeline window?
    Yes. If you DOUBLE click on the Event the 3rd window shows the Event Length. Actually it is showing the LOOPED length - the Start and End of the Loop.

    However, NOW there is a 3rd party Extension which allows us, in VP8, to not need to do this double click. I have this Docked and as long as I click on the Event - no double click needed - it echos back the Event length - neat!

    Grazie

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    What I needed to add to my last was that showing the Event Length is not the same as the Media Length. To do that it is a:

    Rightclick on the Event > Properties> Media and read off "Attributes"

    Grazie

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    Hey, thanks. Double-clicking on the event is fine. However, where would I locate the extension if I wanted to load it?

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