Exporting jpg sequence to match frame number in timeline

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Jun 07, 2021 Jun 07, 2021

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Hi, I need to export my media to a jpg sequence starting from frame 1001 - or simply have the exported jpg frames, match the timeline.

I have my media at frame 1001. I have clicked on my sequence and selected the start frame option to be 1001. When i export the media as jpg, the frames rendered start at 0000.

I have tried setting the start time code in the export options, but it still generates frames at 0000.

I must be missing something. thanks for any advice!

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Jun 07, 2021 Jun 07, 2021

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You could either rename the files after export or add 1000 frames of black at the front and delete after export.

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Hey Richard, this is what I have been doing, but this feels like a
unnecessary workaround.

Seems like exporting matching frames numbers would be a standard workflow,
especially for editorial teams exporting individual shots on large
vfx/animation projects...

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