On 1 March 2010 16:08, Robin Norwood <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 2:48 AM, Dries Desmet <email@example.com> wrote:Cool.
> Since time and timecode is crucial in an editing application, the displaying
> of it should be well treated.
> So, HH:MM:SS:FF is crucial with FF displaying up to 25 frames for 25fps
> projects and up to 30 for 30fps projects.
> Still the total numbers of frames of a clip or a sequence is also handy,
> especially for animation projects. To save space, it is quite acceptable
> that these timings are located in a single spot, that when clicked upon
> changes display.
If someone on the development team can let me know this is the way
they want to go, I can come up with a patch to add a config option.
My guess as to the list of options:
T == Tenths of a second
F == Frames after last second
FF == Total frames
Any others? Is this the right solution?
"The Sage does nothing, yet nothing remains undone."
-Lao Tzu, Te Tao Ching