Anyone have tricks for getting iPhone video to display time-of-day “code” (or any unique code for that matte) instead of counting from zero?
Digital Rebellion’s QT Edit can add a new Timecode track based on the time stamp. It doesn’t reflect shoot time accurately, but at least it’s unique and relative to other clips. This works for QT timecode display, and MediaInfo sees it, but Premiere does not respect this new timecode track and continues to count from zero.
Any thoughts as to why Premiere would ignore the explicit timecode track or other ideas for getting the files to have timecode that Premiere respects?