Studio Recorder has a lot of mark types, probably way too many if you are
recording content for yourself. I would select any mark type you wish, and use
it consistently. If you find you need another mark type, select another one and
use it consistently for your second need.
The generic mark, m, is the most flexible, because you can label the mark while
recording. For example, if you press m to set a mark while recording, you can
press n at any time after to name the last mark you set. You can't label other
mark types in this way, but most marks don't really need labels.
The marks accessed by the digits 1 through 0 at the top of the keyboard are
generally used for heading levels, but, again, you can use them how you wish.
These marks offer the advantage of quick navigation between them, because you
can use the Control key along with the number to move to the next one, and
Shift with Control and the number to move to the previous one.
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Subject: [studiorecorder] Need an Explanation of the "Mark" Feature in SR
I'm recording audio books for myself and need an explanation of how to
use the "mark" feature in SR. I've read the manual but can't, for
example, work out how to use the Mark feature to work out how to
identify places in the recording that need mistakes chopped out and
Thanks for any help to clear this up.