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David Barski
Keeping same Time Code in new Quicktime
on Jun 11, 2011 at 11:07:11 am

Hi,
I have a sequence on FCP 7 with different clips from different sources, each one with a different original TC.
I need to export the whole sequence to a new QT, but I want to be able to keep the original TC from each clip in the new QT...is that possible.?
(in the old days when editing to tape you could choose internal/external Time Code...is this possible on FCP?)
Thanks,
David


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Shane Ross
Re: Keeping same Time Code in new Quicktime
on Jun 11, 2011 at 2:39:41 pm

YOu cannot export a single QT file with multiple timecodes. The exported file will have the SEQUENCE timecode.

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Rafael Amador
Re: Keeping same Time Code in new Quicktime
on Jun 11, 2011 at 5:05:54 pm

No way. Even exporting a Reff Movie, you get a flatted TC.
[David Barski] "(in the old days when editing to tape you could choose internal/external Time Code...is this possible on FCP?)"
What it was possible in the old time, was keep the original picture VITC when EDITING B "Video Insert".
A jump in TC is something that no editor wants nowhere.
rafael

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John Heagy
Re: Keeping same Time Code in new Quicktime
on Jun 12, 2011 at 3:44:17 am

A broken TC QT file is possible. We can make them with our Building 4 Media recorders. In the end they are useless in FCP though. FCP 6 will not open them and FCP 7 will simply take the first time stamp and extrapolate it across the entire movie.

Depending on the time between breaks, you could string them on a matching TC timeline using "Make multi cam seq". From this you can export the entire timeline including the black between the breaks, individual clips by marking each clip, or groups of clips on the timeline between the big breaks.

John Heagy


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