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Dustin Parsons
Arrange by Timecode in Finder
on Oct 26, 2010 at 12:15:10 am

I'm trying to organize 7 P2 cards from a behind-the-scenes photo shoot. I want to do it in Finder so I can take advantage of Quicklook and just breeze through the footage, however, Panansonic doesn't label the clips in sequential order so I can't arrange them in the order they were shot. Is it possible to arrange clips by timecode in the Finder?

Thanks

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Tom Wolsky
Re: Arrange by Timecode in Finder
on Oct 26, 2010 at 12:22:00 am

No, but you can arrange them in date created order so they'll be sequentially in the order in which they were ingested. If they were ingested and transcoded in timecode order that's the order they will appear within the finder window.

All the best,

Tom

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