TimeScale property

Bob Arnold rfarnold at bu.edu
Fri Jun 28 16:09:01 CDT 2002


Thanks Karl

Here's what I have come up with so far.

To determine the frame-rate of a video clip:

It seems that if you advance the video clip from 0 by 1 frame (play step
forward) and divide the timescale property by the currenttime property, the
result is the video frame rate.

Can anyone think of a better solution?

Quicktime has both a timescale and a timebase property, but RR doesn't seem
able to access the timebase.
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