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Zonaverdi 03-26-2019 08:16 AM

Move markers when deleting multiple clips.
 
Hi there!

I am aware that selecting a clip then shift-clicking the marker track ensures markers move when a clip is deleted in shuffle mode.

If I want to select and delete multiple clips in one operation, is there any way to ensure that all markers move in the same way? How can I go about doing this?

Shift-selecting multiple clips with the object-grabber across the session, then shift-selecting the marker track highlights everything in the marker track between the first and last clip. This means when I delete the clips, everything within that boundary is deleted too. Not desirable.

I have lots of clips that need to be deleted, and individually selecting then shift-clicking the marker track is going to take an extremely long time.

Any advice appreciated!

priorytools 03-27-2019 05:57 AM

Re: Move markers when deleting multiple clips.
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Zonaverdi (Post 2520193)
Hi there!

I am aware that selecting a clip then shift-clicking the marker track ensures markers move when a clip is deleted in shuffle mode.

If I want to select and delete multiple clips in one operation, is there any way to ensure that all markers move in the same way? How can I go about doing this?

Shift-selecting multiple clips with the object-grabber across the session, then shift-selecting the marker track highlights everything in the marker track between the first and last clip. This means when I delete the clips, everything within that boundary is deleted too. Not desirable.

I have lots of clips that need to be deleted, and individually selecting then shift-clicking the marker track is going to take an extremely long time.

Any advice appreciated!

Make it a time operation, remove time. .


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