Im using the button at the bottom right of the Playback Control Panel called "Export Frame". This does exactly what I need but I have a lot of frames that need single frame exporting. How can I get the file name to automaticly include the frame number at the end of the file name?
For example, instead of it displaying "Sequence 01.Still001" by default. I would like for it to display "Sequence 01_0001" Letting me know that is frame 0001.
This is possible, correct?
Manually, yes, automatically, no.
Well what about in the export option using CTRL + M? I saw a coworker using this method in an older version of Premiere, but we can't enable it on CS5.5. Being able to export a single frame as a bmp that has the frame number at the end of the file name.
Output Name: Sequence 01_0001.bmp
Under Video Basic Setting is:
Export As Sequence UNCHECKED
Field Type: Progressive
Frame number still doesn't show at end of file name. What are we missing?
If you export from the timeline, you get the sequence timecode as the number.
if you Match Frame and export from the Source Monitor, you get the clip timecode as the number.