The outcode( function adds one frame to a timecode.
This function has two parameters:
timecode – text value containing starting timecode.
framerate – integer value (usually 24, 25 or 30).
All this does is add one frame to a timecode. Works with 24, 25, or 30 frame code. This is useful for making an EDL, when you need the timecode reflected in the EDL to be one frame after the last frame of picture. (Submitted by Chris Watts)
outcode("00:00:00:23",24) ☞ 1
Note: This function is equivalent to:
- feetandframes( -- takes an integer and returns a feet and frame count for 35mm film.
- kcadd( -- takes a keycode for 35mm film and adds a number of frames to it and returns a keycode as a string.
- kcdiff( -- calculates the number of frames between two frames of 35mm film, using inclusive counts (submitted by chris watts)
- kcframes( -- returns an integer based on a feet and frames count for 35mm film.
- kcoutfromlength( -- answers the question "what will the last frame be if i start my cut at the incode and my shot is some number of frames long"?
- tc24to30( -- converts 24 frame timecode to 30 frame non-drop timecode.
- tc30to24( -- converts 30 frame non-drop timecode to 24 frame timecode.
- tcadd( -- accepts a timecode as text, and adds some number of frames, returns a timecode string.
- tcdiff( -- this calculates the number of frames between two timecodes.
- tcframes( -- returns a number of frames from zero of a 24fps, 25fps, or 30fps timecode.
- timecode( -- returns a timecode string corresponding to an integer.
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