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Calsi [Avatar]
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I need a way to accurately get to time line markers. Moving the curser to the marker is difficult because the curser covers the marker so you dont know if you are precisely at the marker. Other editing programs have a go to or snap to and I don't know if PD 10 has this feature.

Any ideas on a way to do this?.

Thanks.

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peleus [Avatar]
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Any ideas on this would be sure helpful. I've been trying to play around with these myself without any luck.
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James1
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Hi,
the 'Comma' and the "period" key advance comma back 1 frame, period forward one frame.
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Bubba in TX
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Also expand your timeline some so the distance between markers is a little farther.... __________________________________________
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Carl312
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If you have a exact time you want the scrubber to move to, you can type the time in the preview time display, when you press Enter the scrubber will jump to that exact time.

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Calsi [Avatar]
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Hey Carl,

Your solution worked like a charm. I don't think I would have figured that one out. Now I know why it is important to save your markers in the marker list.

Thanks for your quick response
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Carl312
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Quote: Hey Carl,

Your solution worked like a charm. I don't think I would have figured that one out. Now I know why it is important to save your markers in the marker list.

Thanks for your quick response

I find myself filling up a 5x8 paper pad with notes on time points when I am editing.

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Xerox [Avatar]
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If you right click on the timeline ruler, you can select "View all timeline markers" from the pop-up menu. That will give you a list of the markers with the time and name. You can select a marker in the list and click OK. That will select the marker on the timeline, but the timeline pointer won't move to that marker. Gateway DX4380, AMD A8-5500 Quad Core 3.2GHz with ATI Radeon HD 7560D; 16GB RAM; 1 TB SATA 7200 RPM; Windows 8 Pro 64-bit; PDR11, PDVD12.
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