NLA Timecode Calculator

Developer: Non-Lethal Applications

Current Version: 1.1

Last Updated: 1 year ago

Download Size: 2.2 MB - Download

Description:

NLA Timecode Calculator is an utility application that helps you doing some math with timecode values.

Calculating offsets is an every-day task in modern postproduction situations. Especially with dropframe timecode this can be error-prone.

This little tool is the perfect helper here!

Features :

- Add and subtract TC addresses
- supported framerates : 23.98 / 24 fps, 25 fps,
29.97/30 non-dropframe, 29.97/30 dropframe
- Auto-fixing erroneous user input
- TC results smaller than 00:00:00:00 can either be displayed as negative value or positive wrapped around the 24 hour mark

New in version 1.1
- improved user interface
- you can now fetch the timecode to calculate with from an external MIDI timecode source

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Release Notes:

- improved user interface
- you can now fetch the timecode to calculate with from an external MIDI timecode source

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Most Helpful Reviews

1/5
Version 1.1
Review by gatorbobinc

Huge disappointment - This app only allows you to add up 2 sets of timecodes. Huge gaff. Any editor using timecode has to add up multiple reels to get total running times. Should the dev be reading this, you can’t just give us 2 lines of TC to add up. We need unlimited. You know….like a Calculator.

Found helpful by 7 out of 8 people

More Reviews for Current Version

2/5
Version 1.1
Review by no 60/50 frame rates

no 60/50p format - Pretty UI, but not very current. Does not include any 60/50 modes. 30p is the hightest framerate. - boo

Found helpful by 2 out of 3 people
1/5
Version 1.1
Review by ComposerLady

Audio need to not be rounded off numbers 23.976 please. 29.97 Drop and non drop versions please. - I’ve been searching for a time code calculator that includes 23.976. The human brain processes audio roughly 22 times faster than visual. There is a 100 millisecond window where the human brain will allow itself to be “fooled” that the audio is synchronized to visual media. Rounding off 23.976 and not including the Drop difference of 29.97 is the kiss of death for your audio to match successfully. The audio will be exponentially incorrect the longer the film.

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