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    • BenoitM
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    Timecode burn-in effect and mixed rate problem

    Many MP4 clips shot with a GoPro, 50p transcoded to DNxHR HQ 50p

    I have tagged Aux TC1 with corrected shooting time of day for all these clips

    In a 50i (i.e. 25 fps) timeline, I have a TC Burn-in effect using Aux TC1 to display time of day in the shot.

    (obviously, there is a default MA set with 200% speed)

    The unexpected result is that the displayed time info runs at half speed !

    How can I solve that ?

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  • Mon, May 18 2020 10:52 AM In reply to

    • BenoitM
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    Re: Timecode burn-in effect and mixed rate problem

    For the time being, I have worked around by overwriting the source TC with the time info set initially (by me) in Aux TC1, and that seems to work OK.

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