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jb yong
How have Timestamp from AVCHD file import into Final Cut Pro
on Aug 15, 2011 at 4:11:03 am

I have sony avchd files that I converted into apple pro res 422 LT using final cut pro File and Transfer.

However the files does not generate time stamp on these file or Start Time.

I have to mix these avchd files in with Canon 7D files which generates timestamp with Canon EOS plugin for final cut.

I would like timestamp so I can sort all these files together by timestamp. Unless there is better way of organizing lots of files.


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Shane Ross
Re: How have Timestamp from AVCHD file import into Final Cut Pro
on Aug 15, 2011 at 6:27:43 am

Most AVCHD formats don't record timecode, so FCP doesn't look for it. Each clip starts at 00:00:00:00. Some cameras do record timecode...but for some reason FCP 7 and 6 don't look for it, or don't care about it. CLIPWRAP 2 will transfer it for you though.

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