On my system, it shows the timecode of the clip when the Source Monitor is active, and the timecode of the sequence when the Timeline or Program Monitor are active.
What else are you seeing?
Yes thats the same for me too.
But did you know, in the timecode panel from the dropdown setting on the top right of the panel, you can set the timecode panel to reference the clips timecodes on a specific video track from your sequence? I think that is awsome, especialy for my workflow! Though the darn thing keeps resetting to the plane old sequence timecode (when switching sequences) which is useless cause its already there in the sequence panel and the program out panel.
I'm looking to somehow set the timecode panel to a specific setting and not change when i switch sequences. Or even better remember the setting it was on for specific sequences.
That is what i'm talking about, i'm sorry if my first message was a bit confusing, i hope this one is clearer.
I get it now.
Probably requires a Feature Request, a whoooooooooole lot of patience, and an alternate plan for the likely eventuality that you never actually get what you want on this one.
Yes, i thought as much.
I've already sent them that feature request, though i thought surely for the timecode panel setting to stay constant it can just be added as a update?
I'll just have to hope i guess.