|Tutorial: Timeline Markers in FCP X
Timeline Markers in Final Cut Pro X
by Richard Taylor
When you create timeline markers in Final Cut Pro currently, it actually places markers in individual clips, not in the timeline. If you move the clips, the markers move with them. Sometimes a clip marker may be what you want. Other times you just want timeline markers to stay at certain timecode points in the timeline like they did in sequences in Final Cut Pro 7.
In this tutorial I'm going to show you how to place markers in the timeline that stay in place even when you move clips around in the main storyline.
Richard Taylor is a Level 2 Apple Certified Trainer for Final Cut Pro X and a Video Producer/Editor in the Baltimore/Washington DC area. He can be reached via his Final Cut Pro X website FCPX.TV or via Twitter @RichardTaylorTV
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