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Exporting Markers List as Text in Final Cut Pro

fcp_icon.pngIf you're using multiple markers in a Final Cut Pro project and use them to confer with another editor or producer or your client, you can export your marker list as a text file to use in a spreadsheet application such as Numbers or Excel. 

We use markers as a visual cue to ourselves on a clip or sequence to make notes or comments or assign functions such as compression or scoring.  Use markers as you edit along using the M key.  Then you can export your marker list as text.  We do this by going to the File Menu > Export > Marker List as Text

export_markerslist.pngYou will then be prompted to Save As and choose where you want to save it to.  Your markers list text file will have a .txt extension.  You can open that txt file in Numbers or Excel, and now you can print a list of your markers that will tell you the kind of marker, color, title, timecode, notes you made, etc. 

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