Like I described, make sure you keep your movement pretty much close to a horizontal move otherwise the marker will be deleted.
Markers work like tabs in text editors.
Snapping is more or less disabled though.
You can move a marker roughly by just click on it and move it...make sure you keep your movement pretty much close to a horizontal move otherwise the marker will be deleted.
Markers work like tabs in text editors. Snapping is more or less disabled though.
I can't get markers to move the way you describe, whether skimming or snapping is on or off. Am I missing something? What is the exact procedure?
There is something fishy going on here with this option...
First: What Andreas Kiel is saying does not work for me
Second: If I click on the marker and press the keyboard shortcut I have assigned to nudge markers, it does not work. BUT! I created a keyboard shortcut to go to previous/next marker, so if I click "in the zone" of the marker, hit the go to next marker shortcut, and then the nudge marker shortcut, works at once. Weird, but works.
Likewise I cannot reproduce this. I see it in his video but whether I have skimming, snapping, or clip skimming on or off, I can't click and drag markers -- at least not in FCP 10.2.3 running on OS X 10.11.6.
It is also not a documented method of moving markers on Apple's web page:
alex4d's trick works! I also wanted to move markers since 2011 and now it's possible. Seems to be stable, no issues so far. The markers even vanish in a little cloud like icons removed from the dock, when moved and released above the timeline. Nice.