I see a lot about repeating an animation sequence, but my issue is much simpler.
I'm using the video editor to make a very simple video, just a slide show really. I have a video of a person giving a talk and I'm just overlaying a set of slides to illustrate her talk. I've got that working very well.
The original video of the talk ends abruptly at the end of her last sentence. I'd like to fix that by extending the last frame for a few seconds and then fading to black. So my question is very simple, but I don't see it answered anywhere:
How do I get the last frame of a video to repeat for a few seconds?
I tried the technique suggested in the comment by @Edgel3D, but it didn't work. I'm saying that here so I can attach a picture of what happened:
The video strip in channel 2 used to be the same length as the audio strip in channel 1 at 11,575 frames. I pulled out the end handle on channel 2, which seems to have expanded it to either 11,771 frames or 11,772, depending on which number in the image above I should believe. But when I play it, after frame 11,575 the video window goes to a black and grey checkerboard pattern. The last frame is not being repeated. Am I doing something wrong?