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  • Displaying Source or Auxiliary Timecode

    Displaying Source or Auxiliary Timecode

    October 17, 2011, 10:37 am
    Most of the time, your video files will only have one timecode track. Sometimes, though, you may need to have the same video clip relate to two different timecodes for instance, the timecode of the video recorded by the camera, and the timecode of an audio track playing off a separate device for a music video. This process of recording on two different devices one for video and one for audio is called double-system recording.

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