Adjusting Timecode Display Formatting

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Jan 25, 2017

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Greetings,

I have some, but limited experience editing video in Premiere and am attempting to feature a timer that shows time comparisons.

I've got the timer to appear as I want by adding black video and then timecode and cropping, however I need the timer to display the seconds a little differently.

For example, the timer should stop at 4.69 seconds but the current timecode only displays up to 4;30 before changing to 5.

Is there a way to adjust this without effecting the frame rate?

Any assistance or insight is appreciated.

Thanks and take care

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jan 25, 2017

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4;30 means 4 seconds and 30 frames.

You can change to Milliseconds for a more precise timecode by right clicking it.

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Jan 07, 2021

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Here's a quick way to make a timer right inside Premiere - you can set it to any time and any font:

https://youtu.be/-JQH52VJKg0

Learn how to create an animated timer in Premiere Pro 2020. Unlike other methods, this one is customizable: choose the font, size, color, duration - whatever...

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