Markers are an important advanced tool to help you do achieve professional-level options. Each Scene
can have unlimited markers. Turbo Play supports 9 types of markers.
Text markers are simply indicators within the scene to help you organize better.
Goto markers seek to the specified position. Each marker can be configured to seek a specific number of times. Seeking does not occur if recording.
Preset markers change a Flow
preset when hit. You can use these to dynamically alter the output arrangement while playing.
Tempo markers change the tempo of the sequence. Tempo markers can only be placed at a measure start. The default tempo is 120.
Adding tempo markers will change the timing of your parts. It's suggested to setup the required tempos before manipulating parts.
Beat markers change the beat of the sequence. Beat markers can only be placed at a measure start. The default beat number is 4.
Adding beat markers will change the timing of your parts and the positions that midi parts can be placed. It's suggested to setup the required beats before manipulating parts.
Effect markers are an advanced tool to setup Track effects
. When an effect is inserted in a track, it's configuration normally stays the same for the whole track. Effect markers allow you to reconfigure the effect at a specific position.
Blend markers allow you to change the Video Blending Mode
for the tracks at a specific position to configure Video-in-Video or complex blending modes.
Background color markers allow you to change background color when editing video. (See Video Editing Modes
Track selection markers allow you to specify, at a position, which tracks will participate in the video blend. See Video Editing Modes
to learn about complex blending and the Multi-Cut feature.