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Cue Markers

Applies to 2022.3 onwards

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A Cue Marker is used to define an important point on a particular frame within an asset. Cue Markers are small triangular markers in the timecode ruler which identify areas of interest.

 

Adding Cue Markers

1

Move the timeline marker to the position in the clip you want.

2

Click on the Cue Marker button below the viewer or press the Cue Marker shortcut key (M).

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The Cue Marker displays as a small green triangle on the timecode ruler.

4

The Cue Marker dialog box opens below the viewer:

  • Optional: Type a name for your Cue Marker in the Name field.
  • Optional: Add a description for your Cue Marker in the Description field.
  • Optional: Click on a colour to set the colour for your Cue Marker.
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To delete a Cue Marker select it and click ‘Delete’.

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To close the Cue Marker dialog box, click on the Close button, or click anywhere outside the dialog box.

Adding Ranged Cue Markers

A Ranged Cue Marker is used to define an important section within an asset. Ranged Cue Markers are small half-triangular markers appearing as a coloured line between your Start and End Points.

1

Move the timeline marker to the position in the clip you want the Start point.

2

Click the ‘In’ button or press the Mark In shortcut key (I).

3

Move the timeline marker to the position in the clip you want the End point.

4

Click on the Cue Marker button below the viewer or press the Cue Marker shortcut key (M).

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The Marker dialog box opens below the viewer:

  • Optional: Type a name in the Name field.
  • Optional: Add a description for your Ranged Cue Marker in the Description field.
  • Optional: Click on a colour to set the colour for your Ranged Cue Marker.
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To delete a Ranged Cue Marker select the In point of the Ranged Cue Marker it and click ‘Delete.’

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To close the Marker dialog box, click on the Close button, or click anywhere outside the dialog box.