I see. It makes sence. I have the software running now, and I’m able to produce the .mov’s. Only now the problem has become reading the TC. Only a few of the original clips are read. So for the majority of the files the timecode is not recognised. – I’m curious to why this is the case. When I load the clips up in my NLE all the channel 2 tracks make an approx -18db on the level meter, and they all sound like an old modem kicking of. Never the less you software is only able to detect the timecode of 3-4 clips, out of 40. – That’s odd, right?