5 Replies Latest reply on Nov 2, 2018 2:36 PM by chairman mao

    In-Out Duration in Metadata Display

    Martinnel Level 1

      Man, I know it's in there and I must be looking right at it, but could anyone point me to where in the endless choices in Premiere's bin metadata display I can find a heading that shows me the duration of my clips from mark in to mark out?

       

      Martin

        • 1. Re: In-Out Duration in Metadata Display
          Meg The Dog Adobe Community Professional

          It's the video duration column which shows the marked duration, as opposed the media duration that shows that full clip length. You may need to add video duration to the Metadata Display:

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          MtD

          • 2. Re: In-Out Duration in Metadata Display
            Martinnel Level 1

            Ah, thank you MtD. I knew it was there, I just didn't know the name.

             

            Martin

            • 3. Re: In-Out Duration in Metadata Display
              Martinnel Level 1

              https://forums.adobe.com/people/Meg+The+Dog  wrote

               

              It's the video duration column which shows the marked duration, as opposed the media duration that shows that full clip length. You may need to add video duration to the Metadata Display:

              Screen Shot 2018-04-04 at 6.50.35 AM.png

              MtD

              MtD,

               

              I just noticed that only works on clips—and, in all fairness, I did ask for clip in-out. But what if I want a column heading to display sequence in-out? Video Duration doesn't seem to do that for sequences.

               

              Martin

              • 4. Re: In-Out Duration in Metadata Display
                Kevin-Monahan Adobe Employee

                Martin,

                Check "Media Duration."

                 

                Thanks,
                Kevin

                • 5. Re: In-Out Duration in Metadata Display
                  chairman mao

                  I'm in a business where we conform and broadcast massive amounts of footage and we're finally switching from FCP7 to PPCC. I'm hoping that this issue is corrected in the newer versions, but due to being stuck between having to support both FCP7 and PPCC while we test and switch, we can't upgrade to the latest version just yet. 

                   

                  What I'm seeing is that the (Media Duration) column displays the entire length of the sequence, but I'm looking for the {IN TO OUT} Duration. At first glance, It looks like the (Video Duration) column displays the same thing as the (Media Duration) column. Upon further inspection, what the (Video Duration) column displays is the Duration calculated by the (Video In Point) and (Video Out Point) columns. Perfect! That's exactly what I'm looking for. But it doesn't seem to work correctly. The (Video Duration) column displays the total duration between the listed (Video In Point) and (Video Out Point) in the metadata display, but the trouble I'm having is that the (Video In Point) and (Video Out Point) columns do not update according to the In/Out Points on the sequence. I can manually enter the (Video In Point) and (Video Out Point) in the metadata display and THEN the (Video Duration) column will display the correct duration, but that doesn't tell me if the actual sequence In/Out points are set correctly. I need to be able to quickly verify the sequence In/Out points and duration. I would expect the metadata columns to properly display this information and update it according to the timeline.

                   

                  I've been using the Timecode window that displays MASTER / DURATION / IN TO OUT but it seems to me that the In & Out points on the sequence should update the (Video In Point) and (Video Out Point) columns. Is this not the case? Is there a different set of columns that I should use?