I'm using an iPhone program while filming documentaries. The app is called Cohdoo Highlight, which allows me to mark a segment of the audio and name it with text. I'm doing this while the camera is running.
Ideally, I'd like to bring in the CAF files with the text into Premiere Pro CS6. The forum posts suggest ways of converting the CAF file, but makes no reference to retaining the text.
Fundamentally, I'm trying to "mark" the good stuff live, while my DSLR is filming, so I can know where to find the soundbytes later. Would love any suggestions which might accomplish that goal.
Thanks in advance!
Some cameras allow you to mark clips while recording. That's about the best you're gonna get, I think. (And even with that there's no guarantee those marks will show up in PP. This is why productions usually have a Script Supervisor on set to make these kinds of edit notes.)
Thank you, Jim! I appreciate it. I'm a one-man crew, so I'm trying to find ways to be more productive. I am using a Canon 60D (dslr) with Magic Lantern -- which I love, btw. The 'marking' option inside the camera + ML is not bad, but not awesome.