Please add a feature of Markers where the marker follows the content it is placed in/around when you move that content, rather than being stationary in the audition file.
Fiscal Renegade commented
This is EXTREMELY crucial. I produce a podcast of the same name as my username (you can find it on Odysee), and Audition has become our last resort production software for this venture - rather than our first. I have been actually switching to Cakewalk for the content-editing portion of our production, because Cakewalk includes the "rippling" function - which means you can move a clip, and ALSO move everything that comes after it - including markers. (And no, inserting dead space or removing very set points on the timeline does not count as a "ripple" functionality in my opinion. I don't always know how the audio waveforms are gonna line-up until I try it a few times, so what Audition calls "ripple delete" is kind of useless to me anyway)
This is such an elementary functionality for content producers, I don't know how Adobe could manage to put it on a "backlog," much less not have it implemented from the start. I have seen threads going back to 2017 regarding this lack in functionality, and it's such an obvious necessity I'm not even sure why we should have to vote on it.
Even DaVinci Resolve, which we use for the Video portion of the production (and is Free), would be easier to content-edit with as it includes the ripple feature as well - but unfortunately, its audio engineering engine is still inferior to Audition, so I'm kind of stuck. Would be great if you gave us another reason to use Audition as our primary content editing App, but judging by the lack of urgency assigned to this topic, I'm not gonna hold my breath anytime soon.
There is a similar request.
I don't think it's very complicated to get this done. because if you can specify at a marker whether it should be connected to the timeline or to a specified clip/clipgroup (which may be on tracks below it. ) then only the clips/clipgroup you move should include the markers. and leave the rest of the markers where they are.
A Dowling commented
I work on community radio compiling classical and jazz programs. I keep loosing the beginnings of works, or cant identify them because the point markers will not move with the clip. Its so time consuming to have to write the details, then write them again as soon as they are moved. Working from home, as so many of us are, you need all the speed and practicality you can get! Thank you.
it will be very handy
adriana lozada commented
For me, markers are rendered useless if I can't move them along with the audio. Please add this functionality!
Sonja Geracsek commented
I’ve tried to share this on Twitter and Reddit a few times but nothing seems to be happening…
Thiago Vergara commented
We need a campaign to more votes.. maybe adobe listen to us. Frustrating!
Thiago Vergara commented
Come on guys. Is it really hard to do?
Markers move together as you edit your audio content, it doesn't seem like an impossible thing to fix, and it really does feel like a basic function.
I think this topic is not reaching the team to solve this.
Brandon DeCoster commented
As a professional podcaster, this would be extremely useful. Especially in the COVID era where many of my guests and hosts are remotely recording.
The markers are in multitrack from the entire session. But then I move and edit clips, and I would like the markers to be "pegged" to one of the tracks so they always line up with the same content.
I'm adding markers as we record, so I know where edits are going to be for a largely "direct-to-tape" pipeline.
GABRIELA MORENO commented
Can't happen soon enough. There are only near 70 votes here but imagine how many people have just done the research and given up!
Troy Lamberth commented
I produce an internationally aired radio program five days a week. This function is so needed. I really like Audition, but not including this feature is just silly. PLEASE add this to the application!!
Josh Fritz commented
Mateusz Zdziebko commented
I need that function as well. I don't understand, why Adobe doesn't listen to users needs...
Leanne Drew commented
@adobe can please have our markers attached to the audio in multitrack and they move with the selected piece. When adding in the intro, my markers are all out. Seems this has been asked for over the years too.
Jim Cropper commented
I can't understand why something that would improve workflow a great deal wasn't seen as important a long time ago. I need the workflow boost.
Ang Huang commented
this issue is so annoying , please add this feature!!
Florian von Westerholt commented
PLEASE finally introduce this basic feature that is taken for granted everywhere else.
And give us bins. A feature that has been promised for 5 (?) years.
Benny Kirkham commented
+1 Using timecode, I mark in the track where events should take place (lighting, pyro, etc), I need those to move with edits in the MUSIC, not be stuck to an arbitrary spot on the timeline.
Paul Swaddle commented
+1 for this. So infuriating this isn't possible.
MVP should be to highlight a number of markers and move them to a new time location, e.g. the start of a moved clip.
Better would be to apply markers to a clip, or to one track, and be able to independently move markers associated when you move the clip around. Ideally, these markers would use the Track Color to match visually.
Best would be if global markers and markers on other tracks were hidden/greyed out based on the current selection, making it clear which markers are relevant when selecting audio.