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metadata column for speed?

Engaged ,
Jun 09, 2023 Jun 09, 2023

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I used to change the frame rate of a clip if I wanted to step 59.94 down to 23.976. But since moving to a proxy workflow, I need to change the speed of clips I've imported. Is there an easy way to see in a bin of clips which ones I have already speed changed? Tried looking for a metadata display column (e.g. Speed, or Time changed, of something) but can't find one. Anyone know of a tip that reveals this info?

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New Here , May 03, 2024 May 03, 2024

I've been looking for a way to do this as well, but unfortuately it doesn't appear that the metadata captures this nor is there an easy way to reveal it automatically. The fallback method is scouring the entire timeline manually to find clips with the [xxx%] time shift indicator in clip titles, but it's tedious.

 

There is one kind-sorta awful kludgy way to somewhat help if you do this a lot, and that's by creating a custom metadata property (open Metadata Display, and click Add Property link next

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May 03, 2024 May 03, 2024

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I've been looking for a way to do this as well, but unfortuately it doesn't appear that the metadata captures this nor is there an easy way to reveal it automatically. The fallback method is scouring the entire timeline manually to find clips with the [xxx%] time shift indicator in clip titles, but it's tedious.

 

There is one kind-sorta awful kludgy way to somewhat help if you do this a lot, and that's by creating a custom metadata property (open Metadata Display, and click Add Property link next to the Premiere Pro Project Metadata item). There you can create a custom property (e.g., "Time Shifted" or "Speed"), and make it either a Boolean (checkbox) or an Integer (so you can manually record the speed the clip was set to). Then in a bin you can show this new custom metadata column and sort on it, or create a Search Bin that looks for clips where that value is empty. It's kludgy and manual, but the only way I've found to sort of help with this.

 

I also ended up here as a result of having proxy playback problems when using time-shifted clips that I intentionally sped up/slowed-down for editing impact. Would be nice if easily identifying clip speed was an option in a searches, especially given how super-janky proxies are when it comes to time shifted clips.

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May 03, 2024 May 03, 2024

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Thanks for the help! 
It is, of course, a solution in hindsight.
But we can both agree, a speed column would be helpful.
 

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