Can I lock Markers when changing clip speed?

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I have recorded a meeting, and have uploaded
that video into Camtasia 8 PC.
Now
I need to transcribe it (manually, by listening and watching, and typing into a
word doc.)

I
slow down the clip to 90% - that allows me to type without having to constantly
pause the video.
I also
add markers at appropriate points - a question was asked, a point was made, the
start of a new topic...

Once a
full transcription has been done, I am now redy to go back to normal clip speed
and start prepping the video for production  - edits, callouts, markers,
etc.

But
Markers will not adjust accordingly - so now all that effort is lost.

Any
ideas?  Seems like a "Lock Markers to track positioin" or some
such thing would be helpful.

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Tereza

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Kevin Mojek, Employee

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If you attach your markers to the media instead of the timeline, it should behave as you want. Here's a quick example: http://www.screencast.com/t/LymMaaz5cc1N

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Thanks for that
info.  Works great!

Haven't looked at
the video, but clicked around somewhat randomly and discovered that clicking on
the bar just above the media allows creating a marker that is attached to the
media.

 This is really
helpful - I had just been using keyboard shortcut 'm', as it is so easy to do
while you are watching, but an attached marker is so much more practical.

 BTW, TechSmith - you
ought to pepper the keywords "attach" and "lock" to any
topics related to Markers, as all my searches used those terms - never knew it
was called "pin".

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