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veronique barbeClip marker - shortcut for each color of marker
by on Jan 11, 2016 at 11:50:55 pm
Last Edited By veronique barbe on Jan 12, 2016 at 12:59:24 am

Did anyone find a way to assign a shortcut to each color of clip marker in Premiere CC 9.1 ? (like in Avid or Final cut)

By now, I have to change the color of the marker in the marker window each time I add a new one... a big waste of time.


NB : I know chapter markers have a different color but they are sequence markers, and I only want to use CLIP markers.

NB 2 : clip colors - I already use different clip colors so it wouldn't be a solution to replace the markers.

Hope there is a solution,
Thanks !!

Véronique Barbe
Monteure | Editor
https://vimeo.com/veroniquebarbe







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John BaumchenRe: Clip marker - shortcut for each color of marker
by on Jan 12, 2016 at 1:57:10 am

I share your pain. It doesn't seem like it would be a hard thing to allow one to select a default color for markers, but then, I do remember when they were only one color.


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veronique barbeRe: Clip marker - shortcut for each color of marker
by on Jan 12, 2016 at 2:08:26 am
Last Edited By veronique barbe on Jan 12, 2016 at 2:09:53 am

Thanks John !

I will fill a request to adobe.
http://www.adobe.com/products/wishform.html

Having shortcuts for each color of clip marker should be a basic thing to have.

Cheers,

Véronique Barbe
Monteure | Editor
https://vimeo.com/veroniquebarbe


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Clarke LelandRe: Clip marker - shortcut for each color of marker
by on Mar 1, 2016 at 8:27:33 pm

It may not be possible to have a single key to set say a "red" marker. But you can set a key to change the color after its been placed (pressing "M")

I just found this out, you can go to the keyboard shortcuts and assign a quick key for "marker color #1", "marker color #1", etc. These correspond to the arrangement, left to right, of markers in the marker window. #1 is Green, #2 is Red, so on and so forth. Not exactly the trick, but hopefully it will speed up the process.


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