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Bob O'Donnell

You can find out where the video stops by right clicking on the video and then selecting "Edit". The edit window will show you the duration of the clip. Right click again on the actual file displayed in your timeline and choose "Timing". You can deselect "show until end" and then plug in the time length of the video to see where it ends. Depending upon the length or where your video is placed in your particular timeline you can always add cue points to track where the video starts and stops.

Jonathan Y

Yes video. Thanks for the comments. It would just make it easier if we could see the waveform in the timeline like say Premiere. It makes it easier for timing text and graphics I suppose. Like you say at the moment you have to go into the edit video and jot down the time and come back to the timeline, there's just too many steps for something really simple.