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Richard Castlebury
R3D Timecode and Premiere Pro CS5
on Sep 21, 2010 at 5:13:35 pm

Hi,
If I open the R3D in the source monitor, its timecode entry is two frames late. For example, if the absolute timecode of the clip is 19:43:15:16, the source monitor will display 19:43:15:18. It's messing up my EDLs

Anyone know why?
Thanks.


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Noah Kadner
Re: R3D Timecode and Premiere Pro CS5
on Sep 21, 2010 at 7:15:43 pm

What's the frame rate- and have you asked on the Premiere forum or RED's tech support board? Sounds iffy.

Noah

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Richard Castlebury
Re: R3D Timecode and Premiere Pro CS5
on Sep 21, 2010 at 7:28:05 pm

29.97 30fps Drop Frame
Not sure what Iffy means, but I'm simultaneously asking on RED's and Premiere's forums!
Thanks


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Noah Kadner
Re: R3D Timecode and Premiere Pro CS5
on Sep 21, 2010 at 9:10:12 pm

Perhaps your sequence settings don't match your source footage- drop frame- hmm really? Typically with RED it's non-drop frame.

Noah

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Richard Castlebury
A thousand words
on Sep 21, 2010 at 9:58:22 pm

Hi Noah,
I appreciate your help.

I've tried a few times. Each time the sequence is Adobe's default Premiere Pro CS5(5.0.2) Red 4.5k 29.97.
The source footage is Red 4.5k 29.97.
The clip duration is ~7min.

You say that RED's R3Ds are typically NDF, which was my understanding, but if I switch the source view to timecode>NDF it's waaay off. Like not just two frames. Please take a look at the attached photo.

Anyway, how could DF or NDF or anything else, even 24p vs 30p cause a 2 frame difference over this duration???

It can't. So?


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Richard Castlebury
Re: R3D Timecode and Premiere Pro CS5
on Sep 21, 2010 at 10:04:00 pm

Sorry, I'm not sure why the photo didn't work last time...


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Richard Castlebury
Re: R3D Timecode and Premiere Pro CS5
on Sep 21, 2010 at 10:19:57 pm

Here's choosing to display Non Drop Frame in the source viewer:



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Richard Castlebury
Re: R3D Timecode and Premiere Pro CS5
on Sep 22, 2010 at 9:13:42 pm

From After Effects CS5:



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Richard Castlebury
Re: R3D Timecode and Premiere Pro CS5
on Sep 22, 2010 at 10:15:14 pm



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