Extend script Time remapping

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I'm trying to access the time remapping component in premiere using extend script but can't seem to find where the component lives to call it. I can access motion and opacity etc just not time remapping...anyone have any idea?

Sorry, time remapping is not exposed through the API. 

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Extend script Time remapping

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I'm trying to access the time remapping component in premiere using extend script but can't seem to find where the component lives to call it. I can access motion and opacity etc just not time remapping...anyone have any idea?

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Sorry, time remapping is not exposed through the API. 

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Thanks for the reply. Is there any other way I can access and write keyframe data to the time remapping component?

Thru the SDK?

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Nope

 

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and no way to bake timeremapping as keyframes at each frame?

Unfortuantelly when you export an XML from premier it doesn't write out the easing of time remapping keyframes so makes it time consuming to rebuild the time remaps in other applications like davinci ressolve etc.

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>...and no way to bake timeremapping as keyframes at each frame?

 

No.

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Hi mate,

As a work around do you think it would be possible for me to query the the time code of the original clip post time remapping. The doing some maths I could work out the what relevant time remapping values per frame would be. I could potentially then store this data in the systems clipboard and then just paste those collected values as keyframes onto the time remapping component?

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Worth a try, but it sounds unlikely.

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