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Sam Lesante Jr.
How do you find timecode?
on Sep 3, 2007 at 7:24:46 pm

I want to know how I could see the timecode of the clip I digitized and dragged over to the timeline so I can sync up another shot to it but I don't know how.

Any help?

TIA

Sam


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Floh
Re: How do you find timecode?
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on Sep 3, 2007 at 7:57:59 pm

[Sam Lesante Jr.] "I want to know how I could see the timecode of the clip I digitized and dragged over to the timeline so I can sync up another shot to it but I don't know how.
"


Either use the "Match frame" (F) command, or click in the lower right hand corner of the screen, into the timecode fields. I think you can display the source TC there.


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Sam Lesante Jr.
Re: How do you find timecode?
on Sep 4, 2007 at 11:37:42 am

I found that if I double click on the clip, the timecode appears in the lower right hand window that you spoke of.

I'm on Windows so I don't have the command function.

Thanks

Sam


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Floh
Re: How do you find timecode?
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on Sep 4, 2007 at 11:45:31 am

[Sam Lesante Jr.] "I'm on Windows so I don't have the command function.
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What I meant to say was that instead of double-clicking you can use the "Match frame" command, which is invoked by pressing the letter "F" on your keyboard. No command key needed...


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