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  • Sat, Oct 15 2005 3:21 PM

    • bakalaj
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    Burned-in TC

    I know that there is an existing Avid plug-in but it's known to be very buggy and disfunctional. Can you, please, fix it?
    Thanks.
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  • Sat, Oct 15 2005 11:54 PM In reply to

    • MichaelP
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    Re: Burned-in TC

    There is a brand new AVX 2 timecode plug-in in the works. Hopefully it will be released in an upcoming release. Lot's more features and is real time.

     

     

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  • Tue, Oct 18 2005 12:13 PM In reply to

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    Re: Burned-in TC

    "There is a brand new AVX 2 timecode plug-in in the works. Hopefully it will be released in an upcoming release. Lot's more features and is real time."

    Fantastic!! This will be very, very welcome. Thanks for working on it.
    Mark
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    Re: Burned-in TC

    Can the TC plug-in support 23.976 FPS?

  • Thu, Oct 27 2005 3:08 AM In reply to

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    Re: Burned-in TC

    This is the best news I have heard since scroll wheel support!
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    Re: Burned-in TC

    Excellent, Michael!  Thank you!
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  • Thu, Oct 27 2005 12:54 PM In reply to

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    Re: Burned-in TC

    There is no such thing as a 23.976 timecode. It is all 24fps timecode with the media playing at a different rate. Since 23.976 is not a broadcast format, there is no such thing as drop frame 24fps. For those looking to work at 23.976 for broadcast, they need to also add a 30fps drop frame to the timeline or above the monitor.

    The AVX plug-in will have a feature that allows 30 frame DF or NDF when applied to a 23.976 or 24 by counting just like it does in the editing application above the monitor. It will also add the A, B, C ,D etc for pulldown tracking on master output.

     

    The same 24fps to 25fps will be there for our PAL friends as well (that sounds redundant now doesn't it?)

    Wink [;)]

     

    Michael

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