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No. Timecode changes with each frame. If you mean date and timestamp, try Scenalyzer for DV or HDVSplit for HDV material.
Adobe really needs to make Date and Time part of the metadata that can be organized in the Scene Bin. For multiple camera shoots at different parts of a venu it would make it WAY easier to organize the clips and put them where they belong...
Or for DV try DVMP Pro. The capture files can be named with the inclusion of:
- timecode (of file's first frame)
- date and time
- user bits value
- sequential number
Or you can run it retrospectively on existing capture files and it will add the date and time to the filename or change the file's Date Modified property - this can be done for DV, HDV, MOD and AVCHD files.
Yeah, I meant date and time parts...
I was using WinDV but noticed that in some cases, certain clips couldn't be copied properly (missing audio). Premiere using the capture options could copy the clips that WinDV couldn't. WinDV did the date and time parts when dumping the clips.
I'll try the other suggestions from this thread.