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How to set sequence start timecode in premiere by jonny elwyn june 29 2015 premiere pro video editing here is a quick tip that demonstrates how easy it is to change the timecode of your sequence so that it starts at a specific time in premiere pro this is important when delivering a final project for broadcast a film festival or . Premiere pro shows the original 30 fps timecode for that clip even though it is used in a sequence with a timebase of 23976 however you can change this default to instead show the timecode for every clip starting at 00000000. Im unable to change the starting timecode of my sequence right now is 00000000 ive read that i need to change the start time in the panel drop down menu but that menu no longer exists as everything has been moved to the wrench drop down menu. Every premiere pro project can contain one or more sequences and each sequence in a project can have settings different from the settings for the others for example one project can contain one sequence optimized for 30 fps widescreen dv assets another for standard 24 fps dv assets and still another for hdv footage