Please add markers
Markers would be a huge help (like already exist in Pro) for editing to music and marking interesting parts of the clip
KEVIN VALENCIA commented
Maybe it could be a evolved version of markers to follow the overall simplicity and clean interface. A new system could be used like "chapters," or "sections." This could include a simple menu that takes to that timescode. I really love the simplicity of only having the basic tools I need for a quick video. Saves me the brain cpu just by browsing through less. Vertical editing works amazing and program runs very smooth on windows. I am not a coder but coding feels super smooth and fast response that gives that very smooth experience, minimal lag.
Edgar Sanchez commented
Definitely need this
Antonio Bento commented
Just try to long i need help
Karen Wang commented
how does an editing software not have markers!?!?!
Oscar Alvarez commented
This is to help tie the video to the audio
Damian Bailey commented
i agree - it is much needed
Jean Francois PROUST commented
Johannes Kaut commented
When can I expect to see markers in Premiere Rush?
Deirdre Boyd commented
Yes! Also, when I cut sections to make a short promo clip, the pictures no longer show correctly (not matched to speakers at that section).
Jessica Baker commented
Premiere Rush desperately needs markers.
Chris Down commented
This would enable the editor’s assistant to create stringouts and add editing notes that transfer to Pro, on set with an IPad
Ruth Contreras commented
yes, imovie has this and i love it
AdminRush Team (Admin, Adobe DVA) commented
Great idea! Vote it up :)
Zach Canepa commented
Sometimes I get an idea for something that can be added to the video but needs to be done in the final cut when I'm in Premiere. I'd like to keep these ideas by just being able to put a marker while I'm cutting in Rush and add whatever I thought of later in Premiere.
Matthew Swanson commented
I was just trying too log some footage on the go but couldn't because there's no ability to add markers
adding marker to identify an action to edit in the timeline (music tempo, beginning of speech, action starter,etc...)
Aiden Tingley commented
I would like the ability to mark a time point on the timeline.
I am constantly using B-roll and I would like to know where I need to put this b-roll without scanning the timeline for the exact spot I found before.
I know I could jot down the time and then do it, but I feel that this is such a basic feature it should be added in. Just a simple red mark.
Thanks for the suggestion Dirk!
Dirk Grobelny commented
It would also be of great help if the markers that were set in audition could be imported an shown in the timeline.
Arie Stavchansky commented
This is a must have, even for on-the-go editing