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Old 13th November 2009
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Copy & Paste Timecode numbers from PT to clipboard?

I am sure, someone of you can help me out.

I am filling out gema lists for music used in a feature film.
I have to write down the tc start, end & length for every little piece.

Is there a way to copy & paste the timecode data from protools to
the clipboard? Using the big counter and main tc window does not work.
It will just allow to select hrs OR min OR sec. I would need the whole tc
to c&p.

Do you have an idea?
Old 13th November 2009
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Works just fine under 7.4. Hit "*" on the numeric keypad, apple-c. Done.

Other option: export session as text, open in excel. All your TCs are there.
Old 13th November 2009
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Another way of doing what you are asking would be to use the Marker Investigator software. Someone on this board (Rail?) wrote it. It is PC based, but will convert the ProTools markers into a spreadsheet.

Randall


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Originally Posted by Brian Cares ➡️
I am sure, someone of you can help me out.

I am filling out gema lists for music used in a feature film.
I have to write down the tc start, end & length for every little piece.

Is there a way to copy & paste the timecode data from protools to
the clipboard? Using the big counter and main tc window does not work.
It will just allow to select hrs OR min OR sec. I would need the whole tc
to c&p.

Do you have an idea?
Old 13th November 2009 | Show parent
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Cool. Thanks guys. Export session as text just saved my weekend
Old 14th November 2009 | Show parent
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Also check out Agent Orange. It converts the text output in a nice way. And you can select which tracks you want included. So if you make a track for notes and make regions for each cue and name them, Agent Orange will export these as cues.
And it's free.
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