Bookmarks

BookmarksBy using bookmarks, you can mark interesting locations in your audio and video.

You can then navigate these bookmarks for easy access to those locations, either by selecting a specific bookmark or by jumping forwards and backwards between bookmarks.

A bookmark has a title and an optional description so you can add more details about the particular part of the media.

Uses

Bookmarks are useful for reviewing lectures, language courses and tutorial videos. Reviewing material is fast and easy because you only need to review the interesting parts.

Use bookmarks to remember sections of audiobooks. Bookmarks make it easy to jump to your favourite passages so you can replay the interesting moments of your book.

Controls

Here’s a quick explanation of the controls on the Bookmarks tab:

Add Adds a new bookmark at the media’s current playback position. You can choose to edit the bookmark immediately or to continue with your media. If you decide to edit the bookmark, Timeshift will pause the media so you can update the bookmark without distraction and resume playback when you’re done.
View Displays a list of bookmarks for the media. Timeshift will pause the media while you browse through bookmarks to reduce distractions and resume playback when you’re done. See Manage Bookmarks below for more details.
Previous Jumps to the closest bookmark that’s before the current playback position.
Next Jumps to the closest bookmark that’s after the current playback position.

Manage Bookmarks

Manage BookmarksYou can manage bookmarks by selecting View from the Bookmarks tab. A list of bookmarks is displayed, ordered by position in the media.

From the list, you can select a bookmark to jump to that position in the media, edit a bookmark’s title and description and remove a bookmark from the media.

To avoid distraction, Timeshift will pause the media while you manage your bookmarks and resume playback when you’re done.

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