Step by step example workflow with Market! for the short film “Ask Her Out”Continue Reading
Match the time and you're good to go.
Keep your eyes on the set and type whatever comes to your mind.
Bringing markers into your project with the MacOS companion app.
How does it work?
The marker time is determined when you started typing instead of the time you hit Enter.
Export Markers via Email
One project at a time, or all at once. The exported file will be attached to an email that you could send.
Ingest Your Media
Ingest in FCPX and export an fcpxml file with Create Date metadata for Markit! to process.
Frequently Asked Questions
"Mark it!" is often the filmmaking terms to signal the clapper to clap the slate. By putting it together it is also a marker toolkit as in Mar-kit.
This app is to enable filmmakers to create time-sensitive metadata which appears in your FCPX project as markers.
This app is currently in its public testing stage, hence it's still free for all! FCPX is simply the platform that I use most professionally. If this app gets enough momentum we will definitely try to support other NLEs.
The only thing that makes us different is our approach to notes taking.
We believe that instead of using set buttons to mark keywords, giving users a keyboard frees them from the hassle of looking for buttons, allow them to tap into their muscle memory of typing on a qwerty keyboard, so they could keep their eyes on the set, then type whatever comes to their mind.
If you got the budget, go for more sophisticated apps that I personally salute. The reason I made this app is to create a stripped-down, simplistic, and accessible solution so that filmmakers in every level can have the choice. I will be equally grateful for you to use those other tools and encourges more developer to create software for filmmakers. At the end of the day, I just want to make my job easier.
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