So "shift+M" takes me to the BEGINNING of the next marker (comment marker), but I've seen video tutorials where repeatedly using "Shift+M" can be used to go beginning-end-beginning-end etc.... of the timeline markers.
My question is how?
I can't find any command in the "Keyboard shortcuts" preferences that says "goto end of marker". This seems as a default in some Premiere Pro setups, but my shortcuts always go to the markers beginning and ignores the end. Would be nice to figure out how.
I don't think there is one. I've not seen it, and I just looked in the keyboard prefs and couldn't find one. I looked in Prelude too, the Adobe program designed for adding markers (and seemingly never updated - could it possibly get any slower?).
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Interesting. I see it in the video but in my time in the software I've never actually seen it work like that. And testing it now it still doesn't work like that.
Yeah, I know! This YouTube-guy is showing off dancing through his markers like Fred Astaire! (Woops, I just sounded like I'm hundred years old.) I'm standing in my timeline with bricks on my feet. I can't figure this out.
Thanks for the video link. I think he's got it wrong, at least explaining it wrong, he's not shown the 'go to the end of marker' feature at all, though he says he's showing that.
If you look closely at his expanded shot just after he 'explains' the go to end of marker, you'll see there is another marker on the clip at the very bottom of the audio track, and that's at the 'go to end of marker' in his explanation, he's really just going to the beginning of that marker.
Marked as correct. That is exactly what's going on here. I just tested this on Premiere CC2017 through CC2021 and it has never jumped to the end marker.
@MyerPj impressive Poirot-skills. You are absolutely right! I missed that, so massive thanks to you and everyone else. I followed your advise and made a user vote request:
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You guys are awesome, effective and helpful. Have a nice day 🙂