making a timecode.

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  07 July 2004
making a timecode.

hey everyone!

we're working on a little video here, and i was wanting to make a fake little timecode, to give a shot a "security cam" kinda feel.

we're using adobe premiere pro, and i cant seem to figure out any easy way of doing this. i know in final cut theres a little effect that will do it, but we cant figure it out for adobe.

thanks!!!
 
  08 August 2004
I don't think premier can do this without some plugin. You can turn on the timecode output of your deck or camera over a black screen (keep the lensecap on). Save this as a movie file and then key it over the video you want to have numbers on.


OT Glad to see this forum up, I think it will get a good workout here.
 
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