Maybe My question was anclear.
This old SMPTE timecode carry this timecode information in audio content, not in file format as "Broadcast Media File (BWF) is a file format very similar to WAV format with the addition of metadata support for track/artist information."
This audio sounds aslike old modem sound.
If this old style SMPTE timecode audio copied by using totaly analog recorder and playpack still the SMPTE timecode is exisisting.
Can premier CS5 read this audio SMPTE audio data ?
Can some else program convert audio SMEPTE to some common video or audio file ?
This timecode was very commonly used 80'. Exsamples, 10ch analog recorder synkronized to 2 ch digital recorder.
No, your question was clear; I'm telling you that Premiere Pro cannot read embedded audio timecode. You can request that, however, which was my suggestion.
You may want to look at this tool for reading audio TC and writing it to a QT TC track: VideoToolShed - FCP auxTC reader
I don't think it really matters cause if you right click on the merged clip it says that it links the audio to the audio file so I'm assuming that in the EDL it should note this so the soundy can read it.
Am I right?
There is a device called the Tentacle Sync. It basically generates SMPTE code and lets you record it as an audio track on your video camera. They have a utility that will sync up the videos for you. I haven't used it myself, but thought it might be useful.
Download the software at:
tentacle sync - www.tentaclesync.com/#download