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How to interpret time 10 months ago #159304

  • kchoi01
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Super newbie question.

I have seen 2 different formats for time. Examples:

1. 00:01:05.10
2. 00:01:05+10

What is the difference? I think the .10 and +10 are not milliseconds. Are they frame counts?

Re: How to interpret time 10 months ago #159306

  • jwrl
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Yes. They are differing conventions. The + frame delimiter is regarded as signifying 24 frame media. You may also see 00:01:05:10 or 00:01:05;10 which can be used to refer to non-drop frame or drop frame media with 30 fps nominal timebases. The . delimiter is a general purpose, one-size-suits-all convention.

To further add to the confusion, the original standard timecode format was 00:01:05:10.
Last Edit: 10 months ago by jwrl.

Re: How to interpret time 10 months ago #159324

  • hugly
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Just additional information:

Here you'll find a PDF provided by RWAV which explains the differences in a 24fps (Mixed Rates) project:

www.lwks.com/index.php?option=com_kunena&func=view&catid=6&id=133240&limit=15&limitstart=45&Itemid=81#134144

To understand the document, it needs some basic knowledge about standard framerates and methods of framerate conversion.
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