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You sure the whole thing exported?
Yes. After I had the .AVI I ran through the two side-by-side (.avi and the Source Monitor). I have since experimented with some of the Time Code effect settings trying to see if these might have some impact. I have not been able to find any detailed explanation of what each setting controls/does other than an overview (see link below).
I suspect that this has something to do with the size/length of the clip 2+ hours. Is there an optimal length for an individual clip? Should I be splitting this into 2 or 3 shorter sequences and then putting them on a DVD with Encore and setting it up to play them back-to-back?
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Link don't work, mate.
Link worked for me.
First one didn't. Second one did.
I've used the Timecode effect on clips longer than 2 hours. Not sure that's the problem. Look at different parts of the exported file to see if you can find where things go awry.
First thanks for trying to help out here. After some more trials I blew away the transparent video with the time code, re-booted and re-applied the effect. It seem to be working fine now.
I still would like to learn a bit more about the Time-code settings, what does what etc. If anyone has a better source of in-depth information I'd really appreciate it.
Here you will find links to many free tutorials that will quickly show you how things are done in PPro:
I would like to point you to ones that deal specifically with timecode, but I haven't finished categorizing them.
http://ppro.wikia.com The PremiereProPedia
I'm revisiting this because I have seen this reoccur and have one idea about why -- but I don't think it makes sense.
It seems that when I do a pre-view render (changing the red bar to green) I do not experience this wacky time stamp issue. BUT as I understand things the preview render has no impact on Output files, it is only there so that as we work on our files things are smooth and we can get a better sense of how the finished product will look.
Is this correct? If it is than a preview render should have no impact on the time code - right?
Can anyone think of any case where PPCS3 handles files differently depending on if a preview render has been completed or not?