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    Is there any authoring programs that will set chapter points of markers created in edius, I know print to DVD will work but I also use ulead dvd workshop 2 and was considering sonic dvdit hd if that would work
    Help.

    Jeff King
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    from Forum Index > Desktop/Professional Users > Editing with EDIUS > Edius 4.X Tips...

    Plugin to Output Timeline markers to a text file for use in DVD Programs
    The Timeline-Marker-Exporter-Plugin exports the marker positions of the EDIUS-Timeline into a simple textfile.
    You can choose the format to export, either the Framenumber or standard SMPTE format ("hh:mm:ss;ff").
    The exported list can be used with other programms like DVD-Authoring-Tools for example as Chapterpoints or similar.
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    • #3
      Hi Jeff:

      You can export your timeline markers as a txt file (CSV file, but you can change the extension to .txt if you want). Any program that supports import of chapter points should work with it fine. I do this all the time with DVDLab Pro -- one of, if not THE, best authoring programs available, especially for the money.

      I AM using Edius 3.61, so I'm assuming this is still possible in Edius 4 ... I can't imagine them REMOVING that feature. Then again ... there are some good reasons I haven't moved to 4.X, a number of which are removed or seriously altered important features. :(
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      • #4
        Originally posted by OneQuickSix View Post
        Hi Jeff:

        You can export your timeline markers as a txt file (CSV file, but you can change the extension to .txt if you want). Any program that supports import of chapter points should work with it fine. I do this all the time with DVDLab Pro -- one of, if not THE, best authoring programs available, especially for the money.
        Jeff
        The above is good advice, DVDLab Pro for SD DVD's is just the greatest for control and cost. Available on line from mediachance as a download.
        With the exported CSV file before you bring it into DVDLab open in Excel and remove the first column, and then resave
        Regards Barry
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        • #5
          I prefer this free plugin for Edius to export direct to txt for DVD-Lab Pro
          http://www.matsab.de/markerexporter/...ExporterEN.htm
          Anton Strauss
          Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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