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Lang Walker
adding a new SMPTE timecode track to QT clips using Premier Pro
on Jan 1, 2018 at 9:50:45 pm

We are a digital effects shop that creates clips for a lot of live events which end up played back in Watchout or d3.

Every once in a while, one of our AV partners will request that we provide our QT movie(s) with SMPTE timecode added as a guide track (to one of the extra audio tracks -- not as a visual burn-in to the video track). This always has to do with them wanting to coordinate lighting effects along with our clips.

The only way we've found to do this is by generating a TC track via the website http://elteesee.pehrhovey.net and then using Final Cut 7 (yes, that old workhorse) to add extra audio tracks under "Sequence Settings" and then map the TC WAV file to one of those tracks and re-eport the QT.

Is there a way to use Premier Pro (or any other current software tool) to add an SMPTE track to an existing QT clip on its own channel (i.e.: not burnt into the stereo audio) ?

thanks!


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