AME Stitched clips strips time code

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Nov 18, 2018 Nov 18, 2018

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Shooting on P2 AVC-Intra 50 - using time of day time code (news  - camera starts and stops and has discontinuous time code).

When STITCHING clips together,  lose all original time code - Stitched file begins at 0 - and continues on.

Is there a way to preserve original time code in AME 2017 & beyond - and create a single file, i.e. stitch clips together.

Also read hat PREMIERE has stitched clip feature, but I cannot find that.

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Adobe Employee , Nov 28, 2018 Nov 28, 2018
janfed,Sorry for this issue.
Is there a way to preserve original time code in AME 2017 & beyond - and create a single file, i.e. stitch clips together.
No, sorry. It creates a wholly new piece of media. Timecode will not pass through. Please complete a feature request here: Media Encoder: Hot (226 ideas) – Adobe video & audio apps Thanks,Kevin

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janfed,

Sorry for this issue.

Is there a way to preserve original time code in AME 2017 & beyond - and create a single file, i.e. stitch clips together.


No, sorry. It creates a wholly new piece of media. Timecode will not pass through. Please complete a feature request here: Media Encoder: Hot (226 ideas) – Adobe video & audio apps

Thanks,

Kevin

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