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    • JMac
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    Exporting Spanned Markers

    With regular, single-frame markers, I am used to using the Export Markers>Text function to create a txt file that can be imported into columns in Microsoft Excel. The data exported includes Marker #, Name, TC, track, and comment. 

    However, with spanned markers, when I use the Export function, the file generated doesn't include the END timecode. It seems to include the rest of the data (as above), the TC IN, and the IN/OUT frame count. Even when the Markers window is set to display timecode, the final column in the exported file still just has a frame count (not even IN/OUT time). I want to be able to have TC IN and TC OUT columns in my excel sheet, I can't even use a formula to generate this data without adding a complex timecode math plugin to the software. 

    Am I missing something here? How to I get the spanned marker list to export the same way it appears in the Markers window? 

    Running MC 8.9.0 Mac OSX Sierra.

    MacPro5,1 / 2 x 2.93 GHz 6-Core Intel Xeon / 24 GB RAM / L2 Cache (per Core): 256 KB / L3 Cache (per Processor): 12 MB / NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 [view my complete system specs]
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