First, this forum has been amazing for me since I started working with Red last winter, so thank you to everyone who contributes!
I've searched high and low for this problem, but it seems that everyone else is having the opposite issue. When I go through the Log and Transfer in FCP, my RED files are displaying Edgecode instead of Time of Day. On previous projects, I always got Time of Day in Log and Transfer, and all documentation I've seen agrees with this. As far as I know, production didn't jam sync or enable the option to use Edgecode over TOD, so I don't understand why that's happening.
I'm running the offline-online Clipfinder workflow and I transcoded to QT files that use TOD. All the edits are complete, but obviously my XML is using TOD timecode, and won't conform with the Edgecode on the wrapped REDs.
I've looked at the RED files in RedAlert (after the fact) and seen that they have the correct TOD timecode, I just can't get the FCP Log and Transfer to use that as the Media Start timecode instead of using Edgecode. I've already tried turning on and off edgecode in RedAlert, but that didn't work. Does anybody have any solutions where I can make Final Cut recognize the TOD instead of Edgecode? Or even if I could convert the offline QTs to edgecode in my FCP sequence without losing my edits?
I'm hoping this is simple and there's some easy solution I glossed over...
Please let me know if I can provide more information to facilitate a solution.