You can quickly mark a single frame using the Mark Current Frame command. This creates a scene marker at the current frame, with no name, description and which does not span over several frames.
When you mark the current frame, the scene marker is created in the same color as the last scene marker you created or edited, or in black if you haven’t created any scene marker yet. Hence, to select in which colour you mark the current frame, you can start by creating a scene marker with a specific colour or editing an existing scene marker with a specific colour—see Creating a Scene Marker and Editing Scene Markers.
In the Timeline view, make sure the playhead is set on the frame you want to mark.NOTE Even if you right-click on a different frame, the scene marker will be created at the frame on which the playhead is positioned.
- Right-click in the timeline ruler and select Scene Markers > Mark Current Frame.
A scene marker is created at the current frame.