BRAW timecode issue
I imported some Black Magic Raw media into Premiere and it has different timecode compared to Resolve
Nicolas from Autokroma commented
This bug of bad timecode for some BRAW footage (23.97 framerate and 29.97 framerate + non-dropped frame timecode) has been fixed on Premiere Pro 14.3 by Adobe, but ONLY for 23.97 framerate BRAW footage (the issue remains for 29.97 framerate + Non-dropped frame timecode).
The bug comes from Adobe, because Premiere Pro doesn't let the third party importer set the timecode itself (it interprets the timecode itselft from the container metadata), so the third party importer can NOT fix this bug.
With BRAW Studio, we just found workaround to correct the timecodes with our panel and also export a FCP XML directly with the good timecodes inside, but the bug is still there and it would be better to directly have a good timecode after import.
Antoine Autokroma.com (Independent Developer of AfterCodecs, BRAW Studio, PlumePack, Influx) commented
Antoine (Autokroma.com) commented
You can use BRAW Studio there's a panel fixing timecode