Ctrl-K applies a cut at the current playhead, and if you have snap mode on the razor tool will snap to markers.
There's no inbuilt "cut every marker" command but you can work through quite quickly with the keyboard. In CS6 "move to next marker" is Shift+M, but if you remap it to something like Ctrl+L you can hold down the Ctrl key and press LKLKLKLKL until you've finished the sequence.
Thanks you were very helpful.
Do you know the formal name of the ctrl+k shortcut cause I didn't find it in the "edit shortcuts..." dialog.
I want to assign it to anothe key, without the control.
How can it be that they didn't make an icon for that action ?
it's either "Add Edit" or "Cut at current-time indicator".
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is there a way to see a preview of an effect without applying it to the video ?