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I'll assume the time code is at the top or bottom of the video, and off to one side. In simple video-editing software (like Adobe Premiere or even the free Apple software iMovie), an editor could zoom in on the shot to crop out the timecode. At this point, though, the editor would have to create a fake timecode and lay it over the top of the video ...


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The easiest way would be to simply add a timecode to video that doesn't have one. If you had a clean video, it's super trivial to add something to it. It would be quite a bit harder to alter something if there was already timecode put there (unless cropping would work like BrettFromLA suggests), but it could also be argued that the clock was also simply ...


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Might be an issue with the smart rendering option available for MXF in Premiere/AME. Try disabling that. http://blogs.adobe.com/kevinmonahan/2012/10/11/smart-rendering-in-premiere-pro-cs6-6-0-1-and-later/ If that doesn't work. Render an intermediate and re-import and encode that to MXF. Though keep in mind that MXF is just a container, you have different ...



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