Addind stuff (arrows, scripts etc...) to the Video's timeline in Camtasia! - Annotations do not stick to the clip when moving it.

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This problem is about adding annotations (arrows, scripts etc...) to your Video in Camtasia. So, I think it would be great and helpful if anything you add to a video's timeline (on top) would actually stay in place even if you move a particular part of a video/clip back & forth. Currently this does not seem to be the case. So, if you want to move a clip or cut something out at any time during your work, you always have to re-adjust the added annontation or whatever you used, so that time timing will still be correct again. I have not found a way yet to simplify this, did I miss something? If this improvement could be implemented with future updates, that'd be great. Thanks!
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daytonabeach70

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Posted 1 year ago

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rachnaghiya

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I feel that grouping the items will solve this problem.
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Jayne Davids

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I agree, grouping will help keep everything together and easier to manage things on your Timeline. Select the pieces of media that belong together, right click and select group. You can always ungroup if need be.