Types of Tags
There are two types of Tags - event and interval. An interval tag requires a hot key to start the interval and a hot key to stop the interval. The duration of the Tag is defined by the duration between when the start and end hot keys are pressed. An event Tag creates a Tag that has a predetermined and defined duration before and after when the hot key is pressed to make up the event Tag.
How to Create a New Hot Key
- Navigate to the Settings Tab to create new Tag Hot Keys.
Ensure the Tags & Shortcuts tab is selected.
To add a new Tag Hot Key, click the '+' button in the bottom left corner of the Assigned Shortcuts box. The newly created Tag Hot Key will automatically be selected from the Assigned Shortcuts box and will be prompted to be renamed.
Type the Shortcut Name into the Shortcut Name text Box.
Type in the hot key you want to use in the box beside 'Pressing' and click on 'Event' to list the Tag type options. Select either 'Interval' or 'Event' as your Tag type.
Within the 'Open these Tags' and 'Close these Tags' boxes, type in the Tag you want to open and close once the hot key is pressed while Tagging. Already created Tags will populate as you type them in. Typing in a new tag will automatically create a new Tag in a the 'New Category' tag category.
If an Interval Type was selected in step 5, type in the hot key you want to use to stop an interval tag in the box beside 'Then Pressing' and within the 'Close these Tags' & 'Also closes these Tags' boxes type in the Tag you want to close once the second hot key is pressed while Tagging.
- Type in the number of seconds into the Pre & Post Roll boxes that you want the Tag to include pre and post pressing the hot key button while tagging.
- Click the checkbox beside 'Show dialog after creating clip' or
'Pause video after creating clip' to enable these features.
How to Delete a Hot Key
Click to highlight the hot key from the Assigned Shortcuts box.
Click the '-' button in the bottom left corner of the Assigned Shortcuts box.