trying to capture a capture card with FFmpeg at 60000/1001 (59.94) FPS. Everything seems to work fine until I drag the file into another program like Adobe Premiere, it can't seem to tell that the video is a drop-frame timecode.
When I probe the video
ffprobe -i [input] -show_streams it says timecode=N/A, how do I inject the proper timecode into the metadata of the file upon recording? Am I even understanding this correctly? It's just when I drag the video into Premiere and "create sequence from clip" it auto sets the timecode to 59.94 non-drop frame which will obviously be a problem for A/V sync. I can manually change the timecode of the sequence but I'd much prefer it just pull that from the file somehow.
Command I'm using to record:
ffmpeg -y -hide_banner ` -thread_queue_size 9999 -indexmem 9999 -f dshow -rtbufsize 2147.48M -video_size 3840x2160 -framerate 60000/1001 ` -pixel_format yuyv422 -i video="AVerMedia HD Capture GC573 1":audio="SPDIF/ADAT (1+2) (RME Fireface UC)" ` -map 0:0,0:1 -map 0:1 -c:v h264_nvenc -preset: hp -r 60000/1001 -rc-lookahead 120 ` -pix_fmt yuv420p -b:v 288M -minrate 288M -maxrate 288M -bufsize 288M -c:a aac -ar 44100 -b:a 320k ` -af "aresample=async=250" -max_muxing_queue_size 9999 ` C:\Users\djcim\Videos\FFmpeg\AM\AM.mov