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Wayne Marx
Delete multiple markers
on Oct 6, 2009 at 1:21:47 pm

Hi there,

Any way to delete multiple markers in one fell swoop?

FCP 6.

Thanks,

Wayne


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Alex Gollner
Re: Delete multiple markers
on Oct 6, 2009 at 3:03:12 pm

If they are sequence markers, you can delete them in the browser.

Select your sequence in the browser, click the reveal triangle to show a list of markers in the sequence. You can then click and shift-click to select multiple markers and delete them with the Delete key.

Alex

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J. Tad Newberry
Re: Delete multiple markers
on Oct 6, 2009 at 4:09:08 pm

"reveal triangle", next to the sequence in the browser? i don't see a triangle next to my sequence...

Thanks again!

J. Tad Newberry
Big Ya Productions
Mac Pro 2.66 GHz Quad-Core
3 GB RAM
http://www.bigya.tv


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Wayne Marx
Re: Delete multiple markers
on Oct 6, 2009 at 8:57:32 pm

Hi,

I don't see those triangles either.

I'm on FCP 6.

W


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Alex Gollner
Re: Delete multiple markers
on Oct 6, 2009 at 11:28:07 pm

You're right. That tip only works with clip markers. What a twit!

You could export your project as XML, then go into the XML using a text editor and delete the bits that define markers:


   <marker>
      <name>Marker 4</name>
      <in>327</in>
      <out>-1</out>
   </marker>
   <marker>
      <name>Marker 3</name>
      <in>334</in>
      <out>-1</out>
   </marker>
   <marker>
      <name>Marker 1</name>
      <in>346</in>
      <out>-1</out>
   </marker>
   <marker>
      <name>Marker 2</name>
      <in>368</in>
      <out>-1</out>
      </marker>
</sequence>


becomes

</sequence>

Then import the XML into a new project!


Alex



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