I've done a little looking around, and can't seem to find anything like this existing already. Maybe one of you have come across it?
Let's say I have a VO track I'm timing my animation to, and I've gone through and added a bunch of markers. I get halfway through, and realize I'd like to add 10 frames of space between a section.
So, I split the layer and move the second part down... but now I've got a huge marker mess. Unsightly to look at, confusing, and really clutters up any J/K marker-jumping abilities.
Has anyone seen (or built) a script that will split a layer and divide the markers onto the existing portions? Think this functionality is possible?
Any other suggestions of a more efficient workaround? I generally just spend the time to go through and delete the extra markers one by one, but it's a big time suck (and annoying!), and I've had this come up enough that it finally occurred to me to ask. =)
I actually sent in a Feature Request to overcome this issue. I asked for (1) a chainsaw cursor that would cut out unwanted markers quickly by just zipping across markers - sort of an automated way as compared to the current scissor implementation which requires a mouse click on each marker
(2) delete markers of selected layers within the Work Area