Old 04-15-2016, 01:00 PM   #1
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Default Jump to Next/Previous Numbered Marker

We have Actions to "Go to" numbered markers 1-30, and we have them for "Jump to Next/Previous Marker or any type", so could we have "Jump to Next/Previous numbered Marker only"?

I use Reaper to add soundtracks to video, and in any 10 minute video there might be 50 key cuts. I can add markers to them, but the *point* of markers is to be able to return to them easily.
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Old 04-15-2016, 02:14 PM   #2
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Default Go to next marker/project end..?

Yes in timeline order, is this what you want?

Look in the actions list... "Markers: Go to next marker/project end" and "Markers: Go to prev marker/project start" -I think by default they're actually attached to key shortcuts "[" and "]", though I might be wrong.

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That doesn't just find the numbered markers in the timeline - it also finds the start and end of each clip, and each split in each clip.

Unfortunately, I'm using a lot of clips, sometimes several per spoken sentence, so I'm looking for something that'll search more cleanly.
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What about using the region-/marker-manager in a separate window? In connection with the key shortcuts planetnine mentioned?
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Thanks. It's clunky, but it works.

I think I'll have to set up some macros/scripts. Something like:

- Switch to Region/Marker Manager
- Tab twice to bring list into focus
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That doesn't just find the numbered markers in the timeline - it also finds the start and end of each clip, and each split in each clip.

Unfortunately, I'm using a lot of clips, sometimes several per spoken sentence, so I'm looking for something that'll search more cleanly.

That's new on me, mine just jumps between project markers (I have it on a jog wheel modifier, too).



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Yes in timeline order, is this what you want?

Look in the actions list... "Markers: Go to next marker/project end" and "Markers: Go to prev marker/project start" -I think by default they're actually attached to key shortcuts "[" and "]", though I might be wrong.

Hope this is helpful...



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Glad I saw this. This is perfect for linear movement, especially when I am rushing, and don't even know what marker I'm at. I made a whole new section and am editing market id numbers so this was why I looked up this command. I'll know how to do it now, thanks!
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