Ability to lock chapter markers to audio
I edit my podcast episodes using chapter markers. Sometimes I record an intro after editing (for example, because I want it to reflect the content in the finished episode), which I of course want to put at the beginning of the episode.
In this situation, I wish there was an easy way to move the chapter markers along with the audio. Now, I have to first move all the audio, then move each chapter marker the correct amount.
The only workaround I have found so far is to temporarily use Add Cue Point instead of Add Chapter. A cue point WILL move with the audio, but it MUST have audio to attach to. In other words, Add Cue Point is greyed out if you're trying to add it to silence in the clip.
My current workflow: I use Add Cue Point where I want a chapter and name the cue point. I edit to my satisfaction and then just before exporting, I go to each Cue Point, replace it with Add Chapter (you can also leave the cue point, as it won't be visible on export), and name the chapter.
Sadly, this is double the work for what you and I believe should be a standard feature!
I need this feature too... BADLY!
I tried Joey's Ctrl tip, but all Ctrl+left/right arrow did for me was switch me to another Space on my Mac. Even when I hold Ctrl and click a clip, all it does is select that one clip and I still can't move it at all. Am I doing something wrong or did Joey misunderstand what Fredrik and I are trying to do?
Make sure to move all audio (= all tracks) at the same time, e.g with Ctrl+X odr Ctrl+left/right arrow. This will move chapter markers along.