That was investigated when creating the RAVE software. It turns out it’s not that easy.
Timecode just isn’t real in audio and video files really. And in many cases and formats there is no way to store the timecode in the file itself.
Basically you have to recreate a timeline in the software for this feature to be fully usable.
The fact that you do it from within PT in the timeline is what makes it work there.
And even the PT method will have to change (might have already) from using the old QT legacy software to do this.
Conceptual workarounds have been figured out by the RAVE devs but needs additional support from Steinberg to work. RAVE is however not a commercial initiative at his time so the time available to work on the project is limited and dependant in donated time among its devs.
A bunch of really clever folks (my part was minute, just helping in testing and changing the name) have worked on RAVE. It’s not perfect but probably the best third party tool available at this time (unless you want to do it using Resolve, but that means having to launch a large video program and learning it to do the basic file management needed.