"View sequence timecode as a burn-in" is not working according to the directions you have listed on this page. I have CS6 and I've followed this exactly as you've described. I used an adjustment layer and when I drag the timecode to my clip, the timecode does not show up. I see the icon but no the numbers.
how do i post a pic? if you got the time and think you know what the problem is, you can email me at email@example.com
apparently they had the same problem with CS5.5 on Lion then had an update. As for CS6, I don't know if it's a problem just for me or for others. no one else has commented here. btw, I'm still on Lion. I haven't upgraded to Mountain Lion yet.
i can't post a pic. i don't have that option. all i have is a log in space with password and an empty box. i've been in the creative cow forums. I'm doing it right. i'm inserting the timecode on a transparent or adjustment layer and the timecode is not there. Thankfully I still have FCP because as usual with Premiere problems like this, I often say, "good ole fcp."
I'll just do it in FCP. Thanks for your willingness to help Jim.
i can't post a pic. i don't have that option.
Are you accessing the Forums via e-mail host, i.e. a POP account, or are you accessing them via a browser, via HTTP?
I have heard of many e-mail users, who do not have the capability to attach images, and a couple of iPad users, having similar issues. As I always access via HTTP, I have never experienced those issues that e-mail seem to have.
i see it now. when i go thru forums.adobe.com, i see what you guys are talking about.
i don't see those options.
Thankfully I still have FCP
That means you're working on a Mac. There was a bug with earlier versions of PP that wouldn't show the timecode when using Lion (10.7). But that bug was fixed in the 5.5.2 update. To the best of my knowledge, it shouldn't still be there for CS6.
So..are you sure you're using CS6?
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