Showing 4 ideas for tag "Timecode"

Pro Tools features

Warning when video frame rate does not match session timecode rate

When the user imports a video clip, please run a check of
Session setup window-->Timecode Rate against the frame rate of the video clip.

If there is a mismatch, then display a warning that effectively says "The frame rate of the video you have imported does not match the timecode rate of your session. What would you like to do?" The two clickable buttons are "Ignore" and "Switch the timecode rate to match video clip".... more »

Opertaing System(s) n/a

Pro Tools features

Fade Window should have optional timecode resolution (locked to session TC format), rather than just milliseconds

Love the updated Fade Window in Pro Tools 12. My only issue is I work in various timecode frame rates so trying to cut sound effects in millisecond resolution isn't convenient. How many milliseconds in duration is a frame at 29.97, 23.976 or 25 frames?

I'd love the option to have this window lock itself to the session timecode resolution and allow quick and easy quarter frame, half frame, 1 frame and multiple frame input... more »

Opertaing System(s) n/a

Pro Tools bugs

Selection Memory Locations with Absolute Reference Remain Relative When Session Start Timecode Changes

When changing the session start time in the Session Setup window, Pro Tools seems to erringly override Selection memory locations that have Absolute time references and treats them as relative instead (a bug).

To reproduce:

1) Make a PT session with at least one track and one region
2) Create a Selection memory location with an Absolute time reference (not Bar | Beat). Note the timecode.
3) Open Session Setup window,... more »

Opertaing System(s) OS X 10.11

Pro Tools bugs

Import session data brings in tracks with either no clips at all or with different timecode from parent session.

Upon import into a new session, often the track will have no clips whatsoever on it (though the audio files are pulled into the new session). This used to happen only when the sessions had different timecode start times (which is itself an unforgivable bug, but w/e, you have a monopoly.), but recently it is happening even when all settings on both sessions are identical.

In addition, sometimes the clips WILL appear,... more »

Opertaing System(s) macOS 10.12, Windows 10, OS X 10.11, Windows 8