Fusion's timeline view memory defaults to frames. Is there a way to change this to timecode?
There is a way.
Information on whether to use frame or timecode memory is set for each clip.
Also, the keyframe units are changed. It is a function to change the display for the Fusion composition (clip with Fusion set) to be created from now on. Therefore, once the memory is set, it cannot be changed to the other after setting, so please be careful.
Exceptionally, for clips that have not yet been set for Fusion ("material clips" and "adjusted clips" that are just arranged on the timeline without Fusion settings), even after arranging them on the timeline However, you can change the memory used by using the following method. (Since Fusion is not set, it may be thought that it is OK.)
Time code display
Setting methodSelect [Fusion]-[Fusion Settings]Select [Fusion]-[Default]
Check "Display timecode" in "Timecode"
Select "SMPTE" in "How to display timecode"
DaVinci Resolve if you want to reflect on clips that have not been set for Fusion ("source clips" and "adjusted clips" that are just arranged on the timeline without Fusion settings) .