This tip shows how to switch between timecode and frames views while working in timeline sequences in Adobe Premiere. It also shows the visual distinction between drop and non-drop frame timecode, as well as how to alter the timebase in a sequence, which also affects the time values you are able to view. And lastly, I mention a warning related to occasional oddball time code values that sometimes occur when using screen capture software.
If you'd like to jump right to each section, here they are:
00:30 from start - the timecode versus frame viewing solution, and how to identify the visual difference between drop and non-drop frame time code in Premiere. Also where to find audio time display units.
02:15 from start - the discussion about changing the timebase for a sequence.
03:53 from start - the potential gotcha regarding screen captured video and how to get around this.
Hope this helps you; thanks for watching!
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