The Timeline tool allows you to put Markers to help you in applying effects and editing your movies. Using markers can help you visually control working with files, but the basic purpose of using markers is splitting (see Splitting Video Files) and indicating chapters for a disc menu (see Creating Menus for Your Discs).
To add markers:
You can set markers manually
To do that put the timeline cursor at the position where you'd like to set a marker and click the Add button located within the markers panel. The added marker will be shown on the Timeline as a green (inactive marker) or red (active marker) rhombus.
You can set markers automatically
To do that press the Auto Add button and select one of the available options:
at the beginning of each clip
If you select this option, the markers will be added to the beginning of each file added to the program.
at a time interval
If you select this option, the Interval window will pop up to let you enter the needed time period between markers.
as in input file(s)
If you select this option, the markers will be set as in your input file. In case you imported a DVD/Blu-ray video file (i.e. VIDEO_TS.IFO or index.bdmv), the markers will be added to the beginning of each chapter.
Note: you can also add markers while editing your DVD/ BD menu after pressing the Menu button on the Main Toolbar. Here you can add markers by dragging the slider and pressing the Add button. Use the Show Zoom button to set markers precisely.
To delete markers:
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