Finding a Clip’s Start and End Timecode Values
By definition, a clip’s Media Start and Media End properties represent the first and last
frames of a media file.
To identify the start and end timecode values of a clip’s media file:
Select a clip in the Browser and choose Edit > Item Properties > Timing (or press
Command-9), then click the Timing tab.
The Item Properties window appears, displaying all of the properties of the clip. The
clip’s Media Start and Media End properties show the starting and ending timecode
numbers of the media file, representing the first and last video frames.
Click OK (or press Return or Enter) to close the Item Properties window.