Markers are used to locate certain positions quickly. There are two types of markers: position markers and cycle markers.

If you often find yourself jumping to a specific position within a project, you should insert a marker at this position. You can also use markers to make range selections or for zooming.

When performing ADR (Automated Dialogue Replacement) and language dubbing tasks, markers can be used to define the start and end points for ADR statuses.

Markers are located on marker tracks. For postproduction purposes, you can add up to 32 marker tracks. This is useful for viewing and working with Edit Decision Lists and CSV files.

You can show vertical marker lines that indicate marker positions on all tracks throughout the entire project. Marker lines are displayed in the Project window and in the Global Tracks section of the Key Editor Inspector.

  • Marker lines are shown behind other events on other tracks. If you need a more pronounced indication of the lines, consider lowering the Event Opacity in the Preferences dialog (Event Display page).

  • In the Project window, marker lines are only shown if the marker track is not hidden in the Visibility tab.

A video cut detection allows you to add markers at all video cut positions.