I have to export a video for broadcast with a starting timecode of 00:10:00:00. I have found out how to change my zero point on my sequence so that the video starts at the right timecode, however when I export my sequence, it exports it with a timecode of 00:00:00:00. I have tryed both checking and unchecking the 'use 00:00:00:00 timecode' box with no avail. I am using Premiere Pro CS5 (5.0.3) exporting to format: Mpeg2 MFX and codec: IMX30 Pal.
Also does anyone know how to export a video from premiere with 4 mono channels rather than one stereo track. This is in the delievery spec and would be really grateful if you can get me out of this pickle!
Just curious but try a test export in another CODEC.
In the past I have never had a problem doing what you want in .mov or .avi. (never delivered Mpeg2 MFX and codec: IMX30 Pal.)
FWIW: I never use TC in that way now ...since all our broadcast delivery became file based.
Cant imagine why 00:10:00:00 as an example ... would even be a "delivery spec" any more! Question them maybe.
How are you checking the timecode in the exported file?
If memory serves, you can export only mono, stereo and 5.1. Multichannel exports came in with CS6.