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  • Burn-in timecode will make your client happy

    Burn-in timecode will make your client happy

    August 20, 2010, 12:04 pm
    If you’ve ever had to send out a copy of an edit for client review (and really, what editor doesn’t do this on a very regular basis) then you may have very well been asked to provide a BITC. BITC stands for burn-in timecode and is as old as editing itself. Dylan Reeve noted right after this post went up that in some countries it’s called TCIP for Timecode in Picture.

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