How to: need to mark several ins & outs per audio track

Engaged ,
Jan 18, 2021

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We are able to mark ins and outs in the source pane for audio tracks.

I would like to be able to mark several ins and outs for several

sections of a track in the source pane.  Is there a way?  I could

marker spots of interest, but that would beome confusing. 

Audition lets us "range" between markers to know. 

PPro does not seem to.  Any ideas please?

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Jan 18, 2021
R Neil Haugen Adobe Community Professional , Jan 18, 2021
You can create markers with duration in Premiere, that may be what you need to do to get the job done today.   And you probably want sequence markers, not clip markers.   Use your keyboard shortcut for "deselect all" (Ctrl/Shift-A on my rig) to make sure nothing is selected, then with playhead where you want to start tap the M key. With the timeline zoomed in some, you can now hold down the Alt key, then click the very upper-right corner of the sequence marker, drag to the right, and let go wher...

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Adobe Employee ,
Jan 18, 2021

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Hi,

Can you place this feature request on the User Voice site? 

Thanks,
Kevin

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Engaged ,
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I guess that wont be necessary now?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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You can create markers with duration in Premiere, that may be what you need to do to get the job done today.

 

And you probably want sequence markers, not clip markers.

 

Use your keyboard shortcut for "deselect all" (Ctrl/Shift-A on my rig) to make sure nothing is selected, then with playhead where you want to start tap the M key. With the timeline zoomed in some, you can now hold down the Alt key, then click the very upper-right corner of the sequence marker, drag to the right, and let go where you want the marked duration to end.

 

Alternatively you can hit M to creat the marker, tap M again to open the Markers panel, and either drag the "duration" option in blue to the right to increase it or type in a timecode for the duration needed.

 

Either way, with sequence markers with duration set, your name for the marker appears on the marker itself at the top of the sequence on the timeline bar. Making it easy to know which is which.

 

Neil

 

 

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Engaged ,
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Ha, I knew there had to be something!  Oddly I tried every key combo

on the timeline of the source panel, and not on the M !!!!!

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There's so freaking much to this app, it's a fraught process to figure every which way of doing something out. Which is where a user forum like this is so useful. SOMEONE may know a way to just get something done ...  😉

 

Neil

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