I'm trying to find the best way to export an .mov file from Premiere or Encoder with timecode either burned in (as well as embedded in the file). Right now when I export the .mov files no timecode is coming through. Normally I would be able to read the timecode with the earlier version of Quicktime, and I can see it is just starting at 0.
I'm trying to export as .mov files so they can be given to transcribers.
Thanks for any help!
Burned in is easy using the Timecode effect.
Hi I tried that but it had the wrong time code. No idea where it was getting it from.
It get's it from where you tell it to in the effect's settings. If it wasn't right, correct it.