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Hi there, has anyone ever embedded an ISRC code into a video?

I have been doing music videos for a year now, not really looked into all the legalities of it. But now I have come to a vid where I need to put the ISRC code in, for royalties etc.

Im wondering how to go about this, anyone got any ideas. Software to use?

Format etc.

Any help much appreciated.
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No one?
What about a program that will enable me to edit Video MetaData. Can Adobe Media Encoder do this?
Again, any help much appreciated..
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I don't know how much help this will be...

The ISRC handbook wasn't much help but has some hints with working with different formats. I did a search for Final Cut and saw a few mentions of 'Waveburner'.

For imbedding in a QuickTime movie it looks like you would add meta data. QuickTime Pro might be helpful for .mov files, but I'm not sure for this case or if it can be used with other containers such as m4v. For analog copies the handbook book says this should be added to the time clock. That would seem to require some special hardware & software.

The two links at the bottom of this page may lead you somewhere.

CameraTime - Time lapse photography for novice and advanced users.

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Please post your results to the thread as it is good feedback.
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