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Default Marker panel only has 2 untitled markers

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Apr 16, 2018

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I've been watching tutorials on Lynda.com and all the Default Markers panels show a numbered list of 6 markers.

I thought they were default markers, so why do I only have 2, untitled, markers?

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Hi,


Thanks for writing to us. In the recent versions of Prelude only two default markers are there namely Comment and Subclip, however you can create custom marker/tag template of your choice.

To create a tag marker follow the steps:

1. Select the tag option in window menu.

2. Click on add new template and give it some name.

3. Create a custom Tag by selecting different options: dimension , name, description, duration, colour, size.

This will create a new tag which you can add on any media clip. Hope this will help.

Thanks,

Tanzeem

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Default Marker panel only has 2 untitled markers

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I've been watching tutorials on Lynda.com and all the Default Markers panels show a numbered list of 6 markers.

I thought they were default markers, so why do I only have 2, untitled, markers?

What I have.jpg

Hi,


Thanks for writing to us. In the recent versions of Prelude only two default markers are there namely Comment and Subclip, however you can create custom marker/tag template of your choice.

To create a tag marker follow the steps:

1. Select the tag option in window menu.

2. Click on add new template and give it some name.

3. Create a custom Tag by selecting different options: dimension , name, description, duration, colour, size.

This will create a new tag which you can add on any media clip. Hope this will help.

Thanks,

Tanzeem

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Hi,


Thanks for writing to us. In the recent versions of Prelude only two default markers are there namely Comment and Subclip, however you can create custom marker/tag template of your choice.

To create a tag marker follow the steps:

1. Select the tag option in window menu.

2. Click on add new template and give it some name.

3. Create a custom Tag by selecting different options: dimension , name, description, duration, colour, size.

This will create a new tag which you can add on any media clip. Hope this will help.

Thanks,

Tanzeem

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tanzeem  wrote

recent versions of Prelude only two default markers are included

Ok, thanks.  And thanks for the instructions for adding new ones.

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