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  • Jump ahead shortcut

    Is there in Edius a shortcut to jump ahead say a minute on the timeline?

    When making DVDs I would like to be able to add markers for chapter points to make DVD navigation easier for the viewer, and doing this manually is time consuming...

    Thanks,
    Ervin @ www.AtlantaLegalVideo.com
    Edius Pro 8 with TMPGEnc plugins | Windows 10 Pro on Samsung 970 Evo M.2 | Asus Z97 | Intel i7-4970K @ 4 GHz | 32 GB RAM | 4 x 1080 monitors on NVIDIA GTX 1660 6GB DDR5 | 1 x 1080 monitor on Intel HD 4600 | Storage: 3 x 4 TB drives + 1 x 16 TB archive; all drives network mirrored & automatically synched

  • #2
    A & S page up and down are your best bet.
    Steve
    EDIUS Trainer, Grass Cutter Gold
    A proud EDIUS EDITOR
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    • #3
      SR, I think he's referring to automated chapters in the DVD creator.
      There is no way to add chapters in the creator, but add Sequence Markers to your Timeline and DVD creator will add them to the (nearest I-frame on the) DVD. Unfortunately, there's no elegant way to add Markers at intervals. (That I know of)
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      • #4
        I aswered this question:
        Is there in Edius a shortcut to jump ahead say a minute on the timeline? :)
        Steve
        EDIUS Trainer, Grass Cutter Gold
        A proud EDIUS EDITOR
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        • #5
          to go forward type+(time) enter and to go backward type +(time) enter... simple
          Paranova Films
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          • #6
            You can also click & scroll in the current frame T/C display in the recorder window if you have it showing.

            Dave.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Paranova Films View Post
              to go forward type+(time) enter and to go backward type +(time) enter... simple
              Thank you very much, this is exactly what I have been looking for! (I figured out the typo... to go backwards I need to type - time enter.

              Works nice for a one minute jump typing "+ 6000 enter" - I have not yet figured out how to jump any further than 00:01:42:09 by typing "+ 9999 enter"... would be nice to be able to jump 3 or minutes...

              This already sames me a lot of time, but is there a way to jump more?

              Thanks,
              Ervin @ www.AtlantaLegalVideo.com
              Edius Pro 8 with TMPGEnc plugins | Windows 10 Pro on Samsung 970 Evo M.2 | Asus Z97 | Intel i7-4970K @ 4 GHz | 32 GB RAM | 4 x 1080 monitors on NVIDIA GTX 1660 6GB DDR5 | 1 x 1080 monitor on Intel HD 4600 | Storage: 3 x 4 TB drives + 1 x 16 TB archive; all drives network mirrored & automatically synched

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