bypassing the message "the video contain at least one feature not supported "

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many times we specify a range on timeline using markers & we aim to product that range as a clip and we don't need html5 smart player.

since there are these two markers on the timeline via which we have selected the exact region, when we want to produce the video, system always shows the following warning :

 "the video contain at least one feature not supported by this file format... " 

we know what is the story and no worry and no need to get this prompt every time.

note that removing markers is not a good idea since we have selected the exact region using theme & would be frustrating to remove them every time before video production.

so it would be great to add an option in preferences to bypass this prompt.

regards

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I haven't personally tried this yet, but perhaps this alternate approach might do ...

you are using markers to denote timeline section that you produce using "produce selection as"?

instead of using markers, use captions instead; make your timeline selection between captions; the captions can be short in duration, and excluded during production

does that help?
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thanks for suggestion, but  I've never used captions and i don't  exactly what for they are.
i always use markers and i simply use Ctrl + shift + ]  to select an exact section between two markers on timeline.
 i tried the same key combination for two captions and seems it doesn't work for captions and i don't know whether there is a simple way to select a section between two captions as well.
 also caption interface is a bit complicated and difficult to use when use multiple times on timeline, in comparison to simple markers when we add them. 
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what Camtasia version are you running?

I'm on 9.1.2 and I do not get those dialogs
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How To Use Captions As Project Mark Up Placeholders
http://www.screencast.com/t/lT6wDXxdyFo
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thank you very much, it was a great and useful video