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#1 Matthew Padraic Barr

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Posted 01 August 2015 - 09:17 PM

I'm shooting a short film at the end of the month on the
Blackmagic 4k system, and I'm not sure how the camera's
timecode works. I read about how, when recording audio
with the microphones within the camera, you can get a
timecode from that data. But I'm not entirely sure how to
do this in Adobe Premier CC. 

Does anyone have experience with this?
Or can you explain to me how to use this audio timecode?

We're recording location sound with a normal set-up.

 
If it helps, here's the equipment the sound recordist is using:
 
Sound Devices 664 Production Mixer with integrated Recorder 
Betso Sbox Time Code & World Clock Generator

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#2 Larry DeGala

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Posted 08 August 2015 - 07:21 PM

You can use Adobe Premiere CC's merge function and choose the option for Time Code.
https://youtu.be/iJGWnGFtOQA?t=42s

 

You can also opt for "audio" and Premiere can quickly analyze the audio track of the camera and sync the audio sample of your double-system audio recorder.

Hope this helps.


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