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.
Claus Vester commented
In the effects section it is not possible to choose 23,976 fps with the option generate timecode. Is it a bug or a feature? :-)
Antoine (Autokroma.com) commented
Nice, couldn't a panel do this ? Or alternative metadata in the project panel
I need this feature
Peter Delahunty commented
Bart Neckebroeck commented
I second this one, whe have alots of issues with it and need to by 3d party plugin. On our Avids before it was no issue.
Trevor Asquerthian commented
Avid has 5 Auxiliary timecode fields that allow alternative timecodes to be stored
These are useful to hold references (eg to time of day or sound timecode) that may be different from the video file timecode
Really a basic and vital tool. Why hasn't this been implemented?
Resolve and avid Can do this, very much needed in premiere
Stephen Partington commented
LTC interpreter....Hear,hear great idea....or may be not on Adobe
Pio Dienhart commented
Add the feature of calculate timecodes please.
So you can add or subtract a specific Time from the Timecode which is is shown in the timecode panel.
In that way you can jump precisely to a time stamp in a clip or timeline.
Trevor Asquerthian commented
The 2018.1.2 timecode window is a big improvement but...
Currently, if timecode window is set to Master, V1, A1, A2 then these display correctly for the timeline.
If the source window is selected, and a clip loaded, then the 'Master' column shows the timecode of the source clip. This is incorrect and really it should show in the V, A1, A2 displays (if all tracks are present).
If a sequence is loaded into the source monitor then the 'Master' column shows the timecode of that sequence. This is correct. But it does not display the V A1 A2 timecodes for that source sequence.
Fredric Tirheden commented
Agree, this is really needed
Having the timecode effect able to display the audio timecode might be useful. You know, for when you're turning over BITC files for sound post. It's a pretty standard thing in Avid.
Matěj Beran commented
It would be nice if Premiere Pro can read timecode from audio track, when using things like Tentacle Sync, which writes timecode to an audio track). Also batch synchronizitaion when you have many files (via audio or timecode) directly in bin, or on time line would be nice and will make preparation stuff much faster.
Darragh Cox commented
This is badly needed. Also having the ability to match the audio track timecode to actual Timecode from other cameras and audio recorders is a must.
So being able to match LTC and audio track LTC.
Ideal for mixed camera multicam edits when not all cameras may have an input for timecode. This way we can just feed Timecode into an audio channel on the camera.
Avid can do this, premiere should be able to too.
Michael Gamböck commented
within multicamera you can use Audio Timecode to sync, it would be great if you can also use that Audio timecode to read and than change it to this timecode. Often used for e.g. recording with non TC cameras or devices, and sometimes you do not want multicamera, but maybe just that single clip