1. Export a CSV marker file from Pix
Open the comments panel on the right side in Pix. Press the three dots and select "Export". Now you can then download the CSV file from Pix.
ℹ️ The timecode in Pix starts with 00:00:00:00 for each clip, so you may need to use the offset function on EditingTools.io to sync it with you timeline or move it manually in your NLE (editing software).
2. Use the "Marker Converter" to convert the CSV marker file into a MIDI marker file
Open the free Marker Converter, select "Pix Systems > Comments (.csv)" and set "convert" to "Avid Pro Tools > Midi Markers (.midi)". Generate and download the file. If you have problems converting the file, you can contact the free support.
3. Import the MIDI marker file into Avid Pro Tools
Under "File -> Import -> Midi" you can import the generated marker file into Pro Tools. Select the file and then "Add Midi Track".
ℹ️ If there is already a midi track with markers, you have to remove them first. If your session is not at 00:00:00:00 the imported markers have an offset. Therefore, when converting, specify your timeline start timecode from your Pro Tools session (you can find this option under "more Options" in the form above). Often this is 01:00:00:00.
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