Final Cut Pro – Multiclips and Markers
Four tips to keep in mind when using markers with multiclips.
Here are two fast ways to select an edit point (the place where two clips touch):
In FCP, a multiclip combines a series of related shots into a single new clip where you can see all the images at once. Markers are a great way to flag specific locations in a clip, or the timeline. However, if you want to use the two together, there are a few things to keep in mind:
1. Markers existing in source clips are not added into a multiclip when it is created.
2. You can’t put a marker in a multiclip angle, only in the multiclip itself.
3. Markers in a multiclip appear on the timeline as clip markers.
4. Timeline markers for a sequence containing a multiclip behave exactly the same as markers for any other clip.
Courtesy of Larry Jordan