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We've been talking about markers, and there is just one more thing I want to add. And I think I re-qualify this as sort of a trick or a work around. Let me show you what I mean. So we're back in our project and the clip that has markers. And you may notice that all the markers are green. Well what if you want color coded markers? Actually that's not supported in Premiere Pro, but that's what this work around can help you do. So if you remember you can jump right to the marker with Shift+M for next marker.
And when you're on a marker, you can open up the details either with the marker window, which you can open under Window. Or under Marker, just Edit Marker. So there's the Edit Marker window and of course we know we can give it a name, and a comment, a duration, we've done all these things before. But what I want to show you is down here we have options. Chapter Marker, Web Link, and Flash Cue Point. Now, these are used to pass information to other programs, like Flash.
Or another interactive video program or chapter markers or for DVD authoring, but it's a work around or a cheat to get some colour coding going, because if I make this a chapter marker I don't ever actually have to use it for that, I can make it a chapter marker and now it's red. So it's a work around because I am never going to use it for a chapter marker, you can go through with chapter markers, HTML web links, and Flash markers, not to use them for those purposes, but just to get a rainbow of colours in your markers if you like colour coding.
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