Thursday, August 16, 2012

Glossary - Understanding Markers for Video Editing

In a video editing program there are times when you need to have a visual flag to help you remember the starting and stopping point of an activity in the video. In some of the entry level video editing programs and in almost all of the professional editing software you have the ability to add a Marker.

A Marker is a visual flag that you can set up to remind you of the names of the participants, the start of a line of dialog, a time point or whatever you want to be reminded of in your video.

Another cool thing about them is that you can re-label the default name and add more descriptive text.

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