Join Jason Osder for an in-depth discussion in this video The Timecode panel, part of Premiere Pro Guru: Organizing Assets.
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I want to show you a trick here and it has to do with…time code, and I don't know if I would call time code meta data exactly.…I mean it sort of is, but it's sort of inherent to the video as well.…But I would say this, being aware of where you are in the clip…based on time code, for instance if you are reviewing and need to take notes.…That certainly is metadata in that context because it's the data that helps you get…to the right point in the timeline to give your instruction.…So we don't have to split hairs about…nomenclature, I just want to show you this trick.…
I want to open up the time code window.…And there's no short cut, you just go down to Time Code.…And there it is, our time code window.…That's it, that's the whole thing. And you might be thinking, huh?…And anywhere we go in this clip, we see the time code.…Again, huh?…Big deal.…But think about this.…If we're reviewing and maybe a whole group is sitting around…reviewing, maybe it's not even a single clip, but a whole timeline.…This works just like any other window,…
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- Using the Media Browser and Metalogging workspace
- Importing from a drive
- Importing bins with a CSV file
- Batch renaming in Bridge
- Logging and pre-editing footage
- Using clip makers
- Working with metadata