Add Markers while Recording

When you hear a great moment of conversation in the Studio, add a marker. After the recording session, we automatically generate a draft clip at each marker inside the Editor so you can easily share the excerpt. Follow the steps below to add markers as you record.

Step by step:

  1. Join a Studio on a computer as the Host, a Guest, or a Producer.
    You can only add markers after the Host starts the recording.
  2. At the bottom of the Studio, click Mark or press M on your keyboard to add a marker.
    A notification will appear onscreen with the marker's timestamp.
    The Mark button's label indicates the total number of markers you have added.
Users in a shared Riverside for Business account can include the markers when exporting their recording to Adobe Premiere Pro.

Markers automatically generate new draft clips that users on any plan can export. The draft clips are 30 seconds long, and include the 15 seconds before and after your Marker. You can adjust the clip's duration in the Editor's timeline. Markers appear above the timeline as blue dots and you can use them as reference points when editing other clips.

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