Example, can i find what was the lens that was used and the Aperture as well as shutter on certain clips in premiere pro
i know it tells the Resolution size and the Frame rate, just wondered if this is possible to find out as well?
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You go into the Project panel, right-click on the headings in the bar at the top of the panel, and select which data fields you want to see. Also covered thoroughly in the Help files. One of the few things that's actually covered pretty decently in the Help.
Now understand ... you don't necessarily get all the metadata that some cameras give for their still images in their video images. Sometimes the video files from some cameras leave off the lens used or several of the other things a still photographer is used to seeing.
I have the same question, but I don't this option in the project panel as you describe. There is an "Info" drop down option. But that only shows a few basic details about the clip. I want to know what lens I used (Fuji X camera). And it doesn't seem like any of this data is available...much to my surprise.
I'm not talking about clicking on an item. In list view, the title bar above the items, where it lists the different fields. Right-click on that bar, and you get a little box saying "Metadata Display". Click on that, and you get a dialog box with TONS of options ... including in the Exif Extended options, the lens make and model.
Any item you add appears to the FAR left, so if you want to see it without scrolling sideways, drag that column header left. Then save the schema as a named one, and use it.
Thanks for explanation. I see that. However, most of the fields I'm looking for are empty...such as camera body, lens, camera settings. I'm using Fuji X-T4's mainly. Strange. I see all these fields in Lightroom, Photoshop, etc.
I actually found an easier solution - by adding "True Exif" extension I'm now easily able to set exactly what clip data I want to see (lens, aperture, etc). I'm puzzled why Premiere doesnt seem to make all this data available by default.
Note my just above response. Premiere makes a half bazillion options available for user choice, way too many for making them all a 'default'. I doubt you need that extension.