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.
Yes please! I've just discovered that this apparently isn't possible. Still wondering is there is something wrong with me for not being able to make it work, because it seems essential.
Sonja Geracsek commented
This seems to be a duplicate of my request. Seeing as this request has more votes, I will remove mine, but encourage those who have voted on mine, also to vote on this!
Justin Bobb commented
This feature would be incredibly helpful. I essentially use these markers as note taking to mark spots when editing multiple files at once in the multitrack view. I often use the "stretch" to shorten the playback speed and decrease time spent going though audio at normal speed. when the markers get added in this mode they stay put when the audio is stretched back to normal speed. I have tried using the markers in Waveform view and adding them there, but the markers don't import into the same spot after stretching back to normal either. The lack of this feature is a huge shot at productivity and *organization. Thanks
Alex Atack commented
Please do this Adobe!
Adam Bowie commented
This would be incredibly useful. I use Audition to edit podcasts. I use markers in multitrack to indicate parts of the show that wouldn't always be clear from just looking at the audio at that point. Obviously the editing process is a moveable feast. I might remove part of the podcast near the beginning and shuffle everything up. But then I need to manually move each marker and put it in a new position. Having the option to move markers *and* clips at the same time would just save a load of time.
Pedro Proença commented
Briar WHITEHEAD commented
Needing markers that move with audio clips. Wasting a lot of time repositioning markers to realign to correct audio when marked audio has to later be edited,. eg I do a lot of vinyl to CD and digital, and have to mark tracks for CDs and mp3 export. Often vinyl recording is interrupted and sections have to be edited after tracks have been identified by markers. Thanks
Peter Martel commented
Very good idea
Amy Martin commented
Please prioritize this, Adobe! To make sure the issue here is clear: when working on a multi-track mix, we want to be able to select both clips and markers simultaneously, so as we move content around, the markers related to that content move with it. I think many of us would like to have that as an option which we can turn on or off, because sometimes markers are useful as signposts on the timeline and sometimes (far more often) they are useful as signposts within the content itself as it is edited, moved, mixed, etc.
William - This seems like a different issue than the original request, and I'm not sure I entirely understand the problem you're describing. Would it be possible to start a new UserVoice item, or email us directly at email@example.com and we can troubleshoot further and figure out what's happening? Screenshots or a screen capture video might be very helpful into helping us understand what you're seeing.
Toward the initial request, I like the idea of attaching a multitrack marker to a specific clip. Right now, Markers are strictly time-based and global. If a marker were "attached" to a clip, would you want to see a line overlaid on the tracks from the marker flag at the top to the clip it was attached to? Or simply a different "style" of marker flag to indicate it was a clip marker and not a global marker?
William Brandenstein commented
I use Audition for animated film projects and exporting individual mixdowns for each camera shot makes it very easy to animate the exact amount of time, render the exact amount of time, and by placing the render right at the camera shot marker, there is no hastle for timing.
Except that now it's been decided to add 5 seconds at the beginning and if I want the markers to line up still I have to move every single one,
This is ridiculous.
This small lack of functionality has caused me an additional load of work.
Philip Hollins commented
To be clearer(?).. markers in a segment in the Multitrack should show at the top (like timeline markers) and move along the timeline, with the segment, when the segment is moved.
This would solve a lot of problems when trying to compose in the timeline by moving the segments along as needed.