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ADP 14 running on windows 10
I am trying to add running time clock in a video to preview. I would like to have a running time clock to identify sections in a video when reviewing with a client. I searched the internet but did not find anything. I did this I the past bet lost my notes.
That should be APE 14
I don't know how you can do this -- other than shoot an actual clock running and then overlay it as a picture in picture over your video. Is that the effect you're looking for?
But I don't know that there's a way to add a digital timecode style clock to your video, if that's what you're trying to do.
Bummer. I have done it before with some kind of an add on or app. You can do it easily in Premier Pro.
There was an program from Avid Media - New Blue FX for $79.95 which appears to be out of business.
My fellow editors can do it in other S/W programs.
I will keep looking.
Thanks for your response.
When I needed to do that in Premiere Elements, I opened this timer:
on a flat screen monitor and filmed it with my camcorder.
I then used that video by cropping it, resizing it and placing it on a track above the other tracks and positioned it in a corner.
When it was time for the final export, I turned off the visibility of the track.