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Sort of compilation from various answers (only tested in 2.79): import bpy scene = bpy.context.scene # get existing output path fp = scene.render.filepath # set output format to .png scene.render.image_settings.file_format = 'PNG' marker_frames = [m.frame for m in scene.timeline_markers] #print(marker_frames) for m_f in marker_frames: # set marker ...


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Each marker has a camera and a name property. Easy to figure out using the python console: >>> C.scene.timeline_markers['F_01']. as_pointer( bl_rna camera ... name ...


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Open the movie editor. In 2.7x it is in the Marker Display panel. In 2.8 you can find the Clip Display dropdown on the top right. Length is at the bottom left.


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