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Easy way to convert sequence markers to clip markers? (probably not, huh...)

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Aug 25, 2020

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I just placed multiple spanned markers on a multicam sequence. It's the only thing in that timeline so far.

 

Then I realized... wah wah waaahhh... That I actually need those same markers on the audio clip of the multicam itself (as clip markers)... but with a catch:

 

Say, for example, my first marker starts at 10 seconds in the multicam. It's when a certain musical note is hit. But, double clicking the multicam opens up the source sequence... and we see there that the actual audio clip doesn't actually start until 3 seconds in. So... that certain musical note actually sounds at 7 seconds into the audio clip, but 10 seconds into the entire sequence. Hope that makes sense. Probably doesn't.

 

I need the markers on the multicam, for reference in video editing, but I need those same markers on the audio clip itself, so I can find those notes and make some changes to the music in my DAW (a separate action). The thing is... I need the markers on the audio clip shifted over as well (starting at 7 seconds instead of 10).

 

Is it possible to:

1. Copy and paste the sequence markers to a clip as clip markers?

2. Select multiple markers (perhaps lasso) and move them forward/backward together? Or is there another/better way to do all this?

 

My wife tells me I do everything the hard way. Sorry in advance.

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Easy way to convert sequence markers to clip markers? (probably not, huh...)

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Aug 25, 2020

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I just placed multiple spanned markers on a multicam sequence. It's the only thing in that timeline so far.

 

Then I realized... wah wah waaahhh... That I actually need those same markers on the audio clip of the multicam itself (as clip markers)... but with a catch:

 

Say, for example, my first marker starts at 10 seconds in the multicam. It's when a certain musical note is hit. But, double clicking the multicam opens up the source sequence... and we see there that the actual audio clip doesn't actually start until 3 seconds in. So... that certain musical note actually sounds at 7 seconds into the audio clip, but 10 seconds into the entire sequence. Hope that makes sense. Probably doesn't.

 

I need the markers on the multicam, for reference in video editing, but I need those same markers on the audio clip itself, so I can find those notes and make some changes to the music in my DAW (a separate action). The thing is... I need the markers on the audio clip shifted over as well (starting at 7 seconds instead of 10).

 

Is it possible to:

1. Copy and paste the sequence markers to a clip as clip markers?

2. Select multiple markers (perhaps lasso) and move them forward/backward together? Or is there another/better way to do all this?

 

My wife tells me I do everything the hard way. Sorry in advance.

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Not exactly what you are asking, but his might give your some direction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3yndlLEi9_g

Copy & Paste Sequence Markers in Adobe Premiere Pro CC This new CC 2018 feature allows you to include Sequence Markers when you're copying and pasting betwee...

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Aug 26, 2020

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Thanks so much! I love the VideoRevealed tutorials, and I saw both of Colin's other ones on markers, but somehow I missed this one.

 

I think I'm going to have to make the playhead jump to the beginning and ending of each sequence marker, and then add clip markers, one at a time, at those timecodes. Was hoping to avoid the one at a time thing. Oh well.

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