LTC Time Code
We need the ability to read the Timecode when recording audio LTC timecode to the file. Currently I have to use davinci Resolve to read the code. AVID already has this capability.
PASCAL FAYOLLE commented
Yes, add feature for PremierePro to read LTC TC on audio track! Thanks
William Warshaw commented
gabriel danis commented
Yes this is a really important professional feature. Resolve is doing a PERFECT job with this. Please just copy them and everybody will be happy.
David Massar commented
Please, yes, add feature for Premiere to read LTC TC on audio track! Please do it soon! Thank you
Chris Hoffman commented
Every other NLE does this, and there is a growing and growing population of users that use mirrorless cameras. Sony spent a lot of money developing the FX3. Canon, Panasonic... all big manufacturers making video-centric DSLR-style "video" cameras.
Yet here's Premiere wondering what the heck an LTC is - TentacleSync, Timecode Systems (bought by a "little" company called Atomos?)... all big players in the video industry.
Meanwhile, Premiere - oooo, look! Flowers! #GetItTogetherAdobe
Jason Lyons commented
Responding to all the voices out there saying to stay in Resolve. Well, that’s easier said than done. I love Resolve, would love to, but sometimes the edit platform is the client’s decision. And user base/ talent is another. I know far more editors I trust to work with on larger projects know AVID and Premiere and then a far distant third is Resolve. I know BMD is doing great things in getting users trained up and maybe one day, but not now….
Rag & Bone Puppet Theatre commented
Please, please, please add this feature!
Larry Lee commented
Concur with the others here. Fortunately, most sources have metadata timecode, but LTC from audio still happens a lot with mirrorless camera sources. Easy or automatic conversion of LTC to metadata is a significant contribution to my workflow. Thank you.
Michael Markham commented
Please, please, please add this. It's a no brainer. And have Premiere immediately recognize it when files are imported.
Video Westside commented
Please just add this feature. And really, when Premiere is generating peak files for imported video, it could automatically recognize a Timecode audio signal and prompt you to select how you'd like it to handle the timecode for the file.
William Clark commented
Rainer Friedrich commented
Just bought some Tentacle Syncs and would be very happy if you include that function - absolutely necessary for professional editing!
Thomas Vanderbrook commented
Seems pretty basic, especially as so much production is using DSLRs and Mirrorless, and wireless timecode boxes are cheaper and better than ever.
Felicia Roberts commented
If this is not fixed by the time my subscription is up for renewal, I will not be renewing.
Trent Woolford commented
Yes, and it stinks that it will probably take way too long to fix it! I always use it on my 23.976 projects so I know the run time for air when converted to 29.97. Well, I used to.
Gregory Palanque commented
Yeah, that's a new bug in v.15 (v.14 was calculating correctly)
And since it's just the 2 of us noticing, Adobe will probably not fix it before several decades :(
Trent Woolford commented
The Timecode Window PANEL is not calculating the correct timecode for the different variations of timecode. For example, in a 23.976 sequence in-to-out selection of 10 seconds, returns a 29.97 value of 8 seconds.
Likewise, a 10 second selection in a 29.97 sequence returns 12.12 seconds when converting to 23.976.
David Tarrodi - Yellow Tone commented
The timecode window is now sufferinf frome extensive lagging if it is not highlighted during playback. If I set focus to the timeline or any other panel the timecode windoe updates tje timecode every other second or so. If this is fixed FIRST I would be happy to have the timecode reflect what's in the source monitor as well.
Im on windows 10 snd lstest version of prp. 14.9.0 build 52
Vincent GUSTIN commented
you are absolutely right...
"Why not continue with Resolve since everything is already perfectly synchronized, that it is free (or "hardly paid"), very complete, extremely stable and completely efficient ?"
After Effect will no longer be able to make a difference for very long compared to all these advantages and arguments (especially for individuals and small structures).
Even Photoshop could then be called into question eventually ...
It is not too late to correct the situation BUT:
- the more the days go by,
- less Adobe understands and implements the functionality,
- the more the use of Resolve will be necessary and practiced,
- the less the need to continue with this software suite will be real
(especially if the editing ends with a serious calibration and therefore also with Resolve whose "collaboration" part, in addition to the "sound mixing", is impressive for so little money).
Adobe MUST move on and implement this functionality perfectly in all existing versions available ...
They cannot wait for a "major release".
This is no longer possible !
Chris Spiegl commented
I can see customers being lost by this! People are recommending to use Resolve to do this and then come back to Premiere? One has to wonder, why not just stay in Resolve once everything is synced there anyways.
Can someone take a look at this and provide a status? It's becoming more and more important I believe.