ISSUE-29: Could someone look over the frameRateMultiplier and smpteMode files?

29.97 drop frame

Could someone look over the frameRateMultiplier and smpteMode files?

State:
CLOSED
Product:
TTML 1.0 Test Suite
Raised by:
David Kirby
Opened on:
2008-12-08
Description:
As I'm not familiar with 29.97 and drop frame, etc., could someone
look over the frameRateMultiplier and smpteMode files to make sure my
interpretation is correct? For the latter test, I've used Glenn's
timecode values from the spec which highlight the difference between
drop and non-drop frame, but a longer duration of visible text would be
better (i.e. > 3 frames). Does anyone have a drop-frame timecode
calculator, so I don't need to work it out frame-by-frame?
Related Actions Items:
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Related emails:
  1. Agenda for TT telecon 9th April (from Sean.Hayes@microsoft.com on 2009-04-09)

Related notes:

http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-tt/2008Dec/0007.html

Philippe Le Hégaret, 8 Dec 2008, 21:24:21

Have replaced these tests in the v2 of the test suite

Sean Hayes, 25 Apr 2009, 18:42:33

Changelog:

Created issue 'Could someone look over the frameRateMultiplier and smpteMode files?' nickname 29.97 drop frame owned by David Kirby on product DFXP 1.0 Test Suite, description 'As I'm not familiar with 29.97 and drop frame, etc., could someone
look over the frameRateMultiplier and smpteMode files to make sure my
interpretation is correct? For the latter test, I've used Glenn's
timecode values from the spec which highlight the difference between
drop and non-drop frame, but a longer duration of visible text would be
better (i.e. > 3 frames). Does anyone have a drop-frame timecode
calculator, so I don't need to work it out frame-by-frame?
' non-public

Philippe Le Hégaret, 8 Dec 2008, 21:24:08

Status changed to 'closed'

Sean Hayes, 25 Apr 2009, 18:42:33


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