Edit, move, and navigate to markers
Edit marker information and change marker types
By default, new markers are blue standard markers with placeholder text. You can change the text at any time, and you can change the marker type to other marker types, including chapter markers, to-do items, and completed to-do items.
To view a marker’s information, do one of the following:
Select the marker and choose Mark > Markers > Modify Marker (or press Shift-M).
Control-click the marker and choose Modify Marker from the shortcut menu.
Double-click the marker.
The marker’s information appears above the marker.
To modify the marker, do any of the following:
To change the descriptive text for the marker: Type the new text in the text field. (The text is automatically selected when the marker information appears, so you don’t need to select it.)
To make the marker a chapter marker: Click the Chapter Marker button.
The marker turns into an orange chapter marker. For more information, see Manage chapter markers and their thumbnail images.
To make the marker a to-do item: Click the To-Do Item button.
The marker turns red.
To indicate that a to-do item is completed: Select the Completed checkbox.
The marker turns green.
To make the marker a standard marker: Click the Standard Marker button.
The marker turns blue.
Move or copy a marker
You can move or copy markers with the familiar Mac commands Cut, Copy, and Paste.
Control-click the marker you want to move or copy, and choose an option from the shortcut menu.
To move the marker: Choose Cut Marker.
To copy the marker: Choose Copy Marker.
Choose Edit > Paste (or press Command-V).
The marker appears at the new location.
Nudge a marker one frame at a time
Click a marker to select it.
Do one of the following:
To nudge the marker one frame to the right: Choose Mark > Markers > Nudge Marker Right, or press Control-Period (.).
To nudge the marker one frame to the left: Choose Mark > Markers > Nudge Marker Left, or press Control-Comma (,).