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Hi; somewhat pressing problem here; would be grateful for any help.
I'm trying to put a video into an Impress presentation. It all works,
/except/ for a (single?) wrong frame at start and end making a nasty
On embedding a video, a frame is picked from somewhere in the video (not
the first), which is shown in edit mode to provide something to see and
manipulate in the editor. If the video is linked, I get a grey rectangle
with a '?' in it instead. That's OK.
The problem I have is that when the presentation runs, the video plays
OK except it both starts and ends with that particular frame showing
very briefly. This makes a nasty flicker at start and end.
Fading in doesn't help - the extraneous frame is faded in, and then the
This is with LO 220.127.116.11 on Mint 17 (64 bit). But I'm almost sure the
issue goes back to OpenOffice days and XP. I've found nothing on the web
even mentioning this issue.
I'm hoping I'm just missing something simple! I'd be grateful for any
help - I'm trying to get this running for tomorrow. Thanks.
Harlow, Essex, England
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