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Timecode Burnin - Recognize Framerate of the Below Source Clip

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Feb 01, 2023 Feb 01, 2023

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I work for a post house in which we turnover edits for color and conform frequently. We often use mixed framerate footage in our edits, including 23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 50, 59.97, 60 etc. Currently, when you want to send a reference edit with source clip timecode burnin, you use the timecode burn-in function on an adjustment layer. In order to get Premiere to recognize the correct timecode of the source clip on the track below, you have to manually cut up the entire adjustment layer, go into effects controls and change the framerate time display individually for each clip with a different framerate. This is time consuming and can be fixed with a dropdown in effect controls with something along the lines of - match time display of source clip on track 1.


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The current public beta has an effect called Metadata & Timecode Burn-in That does much of what you're asking.  It displays the source timecode of the underlying clip, indicates fields and drop-frame, but does not appear to display framerate.

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