I'm currently learning Premiere Elements 11, running on a new Windows 7 machine, and have a question about scene markers. According to the tutorial that I have been watching, when I author a DVD the scene markers will add themselves to all the individual clips. I imported a DV video from my old XP machine, which was created using Pinnacle software. For some reason, which I can't remember, the Pinnacle software separated a 15 minute clip into a bazillion 10 to 15 second clips. One 15 minute clip wouldn't be too much of a problem, but I have a bunch of those things to import. So now, I'm overwhelmed with the thought of manually removing all those markers. I'm just making garden variety home movies and only need a few markers in each clip. My question is: Is there a way to automatically kill the markers or recombine all the little clips into a larger more manageable clip ? I've been researching the problem, but can't seem to find any pertinent information on the subject. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
If I understand your question, you can delete all the menu markers by placing the curser in the gray area between the preview monitor and time line and right click. Select "Clear All Menu Markers".
You can also move the markers at the desired place by dragging it.
Thanks for the tips, I'll try them when I continue my project. I've been busy the last few days and haven't had the opportunity to work on the project. I really appreciate the input.