I'm still trying to find a way to make this work...
In the Adobe Premiere Pro Media Browser, no added meta data is displayed. I have a project where I need to keep track of many clips. I can name the clips in the Sony Clip Browser but those names don't show up in the Media Browser. Is this only a problem with Premiere? Will that additional data show up in FCP or other edit software?
I believe Premiere supports Title metadata only. The file browser will show the original filename. Once the clip is dragged to a sequence or opened in the source viewer you should at least see the clip title.
FCP and Avid support Title metadata, Comments, Essence Marks and shot flags.
Ed, I don't know about Premiere but using Media 100 I only name the clips once Sony Transfer has imported them into the bin of my choice. Can't you do that? Of course if you are importing many clips at once it's not so convenient to name them later. I tend to select the part of the clip I want (sub clip)and import it, much as I used to with tape, working through for the sections I required. I guess most of you do the lot at once but that way you're taking it all in.