Wow, I've never had that happen (video 'slowing down' in the timeline or a need to use the 'frame hold' but I'll take a stab...
basic logic here..
- apply frame hold (done)
- set starting frame (in point, done)
- set ending frame (out point, not done?)
- set length of hold or speed (general, not done?)
seems to me that if you set something called 'frame hold' it will hold the video at that frame for the specified length of time, but the audio plays on - could be your problem
just (logically) guessing btw.
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