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Why in Premiere pro, the tracks have miliseconds counted on a basis of 30

Engaged ,
Nov 07, 2023 Nov 07, 2023

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On instant I am at 00:00:14:29, the other instant I am instantly at second 15.

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On instant I am at 00:00:14:29, the other instant I am instantly at second 15.


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It´s not milliseconds you see. What you see is timecode, in this case it is showed as Hour:Minutes:Seconds:Frames. You apperently have a timeline with a Timebase of  30. (Sequence > Sequence Settings)

 

So when you are at 00:00:14:29 and step forward one (1) frame the next you see is 00:00:15:00 since you can see 30 frames/second.

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Community Expert , Nov 07, 2023 Nov 07, 2023

More info on timecodes:

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Change how timecode is displayed

You can change the timecode display format in any panel where timecode is shown in hot text.

  1. (Optional) To display timecode in audio units (Audio Samples or Milliseconds), click the panel menu button 
     

     

     in the panel desired, and select Show Audio Time Units.
  2. Ctrl-click (Windows) or Command-click (Mac OS) a hot text timecode display to toggle through any of these timecode formats that are available. The last two are
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On instant I am at 00:00:14:29, the other instant I am instantly at second 15.


By @Bed30321077z973

 

It´s not milliseconds you see. What you see is timecode, in this case it is showed as Hour:Minutes:Seconds:Frames. You apperently have a timeline with a Timebase of  30. (Sequence > Sequence Settings)

 

So when you are at 00:00:14:29 and step forward one (1) frame the next you see is 00:00:15:00 since you can see 30 frames/second.

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More info on timecodes:

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Change how timecode is displayed

You can change the timecode display format in any panel where timecode is shown in hot text.

  1. (Optional) To display timecode in audio units (Audio Samples or Milliseconds), click the panel menu button 
     

     

     in the panel desired, and select Show Audio Time Units.
  2. Ctrl-click (Windows) or Command-click (Mac OS) a hot text timecode display to toggle through any of these timecode formats that are available. The last two are available only if you select Show Audio Time Units in the panel menu.
     
    • Drop-frame timecode
    • Non-drop-frame timecode
    • Feet+Frames 16mm
    • Feet+Frames 35mm
    • Frames
    • Audio Samples
    • Milliseconds

The timecode display format for the Program Monitor (including the instance in the Trim Monitor) and Timeline panels always match one another. Changing the display format in one of these panels changes it in the other.

 

 

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Thanks, but I does not seem to have any effect is it? Since there are always only 30 frames per second?

Am I doing this right?

I got:

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I want to insert a clip between one of the five points between 1:29:10 and 1:29:15 for example, but can't unfortunately.

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