Hmm. I've done a fair amount of testing with multiple timecode effects applied, and I've never seen anything like this. In addition to the general info that the page Kevin linked to asks for, here's some more specific data that would help:
- Do you have GPU acceleration enabled? If so, does the problem persist if you switch the Renderer to Software Only?
- I know you said this "occur[s] no matter what settings I adjust within the filter," but I have to ask specifically whether the second instance of Timecode filter that's set to SMPTE also goes bad.
- If any other affects are applied to the clips or to adjustment layers above them, does disabling them keep the timecode display from going bad?
Mac OS X 10.8.5
ProRes 422 (Proxy) 1080[p @ 25fps
BlackMagic Ultra studio Express connected
Problem occurs with previews, final output.
Hi Mark and Kevin, sorry for the late reply.
1. I do have GPU acceleration enabled. Problem does persist if I switch to the Renderer to Software Only.
2. The second instance of Timecode filter that's set to SMPTE does go bad.
3. There are no other affects applied to the clip or to adjustment layers/transparent video layers above them, nothing to disable.