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    anthony mascorro commented  · 

    I've had timecode issues ever since I started a job that cuts on Premiere last year. The worst for me is that as far as I can tell, there's no way to get the timecode display on the Timeline or Program Monitor to display the Time of Day timecode attached to the clip. The reason this is important is that it's way, way more efficient to type or paste the timecode I'm looking for there and jump to that spot, rather than scrub through the timeline looking at the TOD timecode in the timecode window. If you work on a show where producers are scripting from transcripts, this is pretty essential, and it's incredibly easy in Avid. In Avid you type in the timecode, hit return and the playhead jumps there. Not being able to do this in Premiere is a serious hinderance to professional workflows.

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