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  1. Is there a way to write, to "stamp" a specific timecode into an avi file that don't have timecode? possibly with a dos program

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  2. You can dump the metadata from your mxf and write it into another video with ffmpeg

    e.g

    1) dump metadata
    ffmpeg -i c0020.mxf -f ffmetadata metadata.txt

    2) write metadata into 2nd video
    ffmpeg -i anothervideo.ext -i metadata.txt -map_metadata 1 -vcodec copy -acodec copy -id3v2_version 3 new.ext
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  3. Couldn't you do it with a hex editor also?
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  4. Originally Posted by TreeTops View Post
    Couldn't you do it with a hex editor also?
    yes
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  5. Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post
    You can dump the metadata from your mxf and write it into another video with ffmpeg

    e.g

    1) dump metadata
    ffmpeg -i c0020.mxf -f ffmetadata metadata.txt

    2) write metadata into 2nd video
    ffmpeg -i anothervideo.ext -i metadata.txt -map_metadata 1 -vcodec copy -acodec copy -id3v2_version 3 new.ext
    Thank poison,

    because I have to transcode my source (e.g. c0020.mxf) in Matrox Mpeg2I Frame with a Matrox codec, in virtualdub then I have a c0020.avi that are Matrox AVI file. But because of VirtualDub it don't have timecode, so I should have to transfer the timecode from original source c0020.mxf into the c0020.avi, before it is generated with virtualdub.

    Possibly I have do to this with a batch file.. possibly I would avoid the manual entry for each clip.

    Is there a way to do this?

    thank you
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