... I know how to do freezes I was just saying maybe if there was an easier way...
• cut the clip at the frame you want to freeze your sequence
• advance one frame and cut again
• select the new 1 frame long clip and enter edit mode
• select the speed editor and set the speed slider to the extreme left to 1/240
In a 30fps project you will now find an 8 second long clip (240/30=8) where the
frame you selected is frozen for 8 seconds.
However, you will experience that you can trim the clip only to multiples of 8 seconds,
which means you’d have to use a second video track above to interrupt the frozen clip
for an early exit. If you just need a shorter timespan for your freeze frame you can
adjust the clip speed to x (x/30=lengthOfYourSpeedClip) in order to keep your speed
clip as short as possible and the available amount of video tracks at a maximum.
A second way to keep your timeline even cleaner is to cut your speed clip with the
scissors tool to the desired length. However, I wouldn’t recommend doing this because
a future update of LumaFusion might break your project, because that seems to me like
unjustified behavior and will probably get fixed in the near future.