The ability to press a keyboard shortcut (even while playback is running) and have HitFilm put down a marker at that point in time.
Markers can be extended to cover a time range, have notes/titles for easy readability, and can change color.
Oh, heck ya.
defo, would save those small stops in playback when u accidently clicked something or when u just want to look at something else
And most important: if you put a marker on a clip and then you need to create a composite from that clip that marker has to be importend in the new composition to help you out with editing. I love to use markers to just point where the effect has to start/end and it will be impossible to do it if the marker stay only in the editor timeline.
Is it possible to create a mark on the timeline?
I know that label can be added to tracks with colours
But what I mean is adding a precise mark on timeline
So that I may create marks on first time I watch the whole clip
Then on the second time, I may refer to the mark description and click to direct there and edit from there
@lyme74 I've merged your thread with this older one with the same feature request.
Please make certain to check the Feature Request forum before posting to avoid duplicates.
In the meantime, make certain to click "Vote Up" under Javert's post at the top of the thread. 😊
I have made my vote in the forums for this feature, This is the diagram I sent FX Home, fingers crossed.
I'm using VEGAS POST Suite software, so VEGAS Effects is technically the same software with Hitfilm Pro.
Can we have simple "marker" features in the compositing timeline? I used it alot when editing with VEGAS Pro NLE, would be nice to have small marker inside VEGAS Effects/Hitfilm as guidance/indication inside the timelime.
@datoaliffalex I merged your request into the same feature request by Javert from August 25. Go to the top and upvote his request along with the rest of our upvotes. Thanks for you contribution. Hopefully, we can get the attention of the developers!
ouh nice, thanks!
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