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USING ADOBE PREMIERE PRO

101

Importing, transferring, capturing, and digitizing

Enter timecode

As you capture and edit video, you enter timecode values many times. For example, you enter timecode values to set In and Out points for clips and to navigate a Timeline panel. Premiere Pro provides many ways to enter timecode.

In Premiere Pro, the duration between the In and Out points includes the frames indicated by the timecode. For example, if you enter the same timecode for the In and Out points of a clip, the duration of the clip is one frame. When entering timecode, you can substitute periods for colons or type numbers without punctuation. Premiere Pro interprets the numbers you type as hours, minutes, seconds, and frames.

To set a specific timecode, select the timecode, type a new timecode, and then press Enter/Return.

To adjust the current timecode by dragging, drag the timecode horizontally. For example, to set an earlier timecode, drag to the left.

To adjust the current timecode by using a relative value, type the plus sign (+) or minus sign (–) and the number of frames to add or subtract. For example, to subtract five frames from the current timecode, select the entire timecode, type –5, and then press Enter/Return.

View timecode as a burn-in

You can display clip timecode within the video preview of the clip by applying the Timecode effect to that clip. You can display timecode within the video preview of any part of a sequence by applying the Timecode effect to a transparent video clip. then trim the transparent video clip for the period when you want the timecode visible. Onscreen timecode is commonly referred to as burn-in timecode. It is used in rough edits and proofs to give frameaccurate reference points to editors and their collaborators.

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Timecode effect” on page 403

View clip timecode as a burn-in

1In the Effects panel, click the triangle next to the Video Effects bin to open it. Then, click the triangle next to the Video bin to open it.

2Drag the Timecode effect and drop it onto a clip in a sequence.

3Click the Effect Controls panel to make the panel active.

4Click the triangle next to Timecode to expose the options for this effect.

5Adjust the options as needed.

View sequence timecode as a burn-in

1At the bottom of the Project panel, click the New Item icon . Select Transparent Video.

2Drag the transparent video clip to an empty track in the sequence higher than all other video tracks.

3In the Effects panel, click the triangle next to the Video Effects bin to open it. Then, click the triangle next to the Video bin to open it.

4Drag the Timecode effect and drop it onto the transparent video clip.

5Click the Effect Controls panel to make the panel active.

6Click the triangle next to Timecode to expose the options for this effect.

7Adjust the options as needed.

Last updated 1/16/2012

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