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Chapter 6. Editing in the Timeline > Using Program Markers

Using Program Markers

Just as clip markers can help you identify important frames in the source clips, program markers can specify important points in the timeline.

In most respects, program markers work exactly the same way as clip markers. Although you use set, delete, and cue to program markers from the marker pull-down menu on the program side of the Monitor window, the controls are identical to those on the source side. And of course, program markers appear in the time ruler, rather than in clips. Apart from these minor differences, the methods you learned in Chapter 4 can be applied to program markers, and won't be repeated here. However, program markers have a few unique features that merit a separate explanation. First of all, program markers can include a text message. Though this comment appears in the program view whenever you're cued to the marker (or a specified duration after the marker), it's for your reference only, and doesn't appear in playback or export.


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