Interval mode allows you to calculate all the timecodes that fit within a start and end timecode based on a set interval duration timecode. To use this mode, you must choose a framerate, an interval duration timecode, and a start and end timecode. Once you have entered all the necessary input values, the resulting timecodes will be automatically generated. Interval mode is designed for scenarios where a user needs to calculate a series of timecodes that occur at regular intervals within a specified duration of a video or film. Doing so is particularly useful when dealing with frame rate conversions or pulldown removal issues.
Bulk TC Interval
The Interval mode provides a multi interval timecode calculator.
The go-to bulk timecode calculator of many media professionals. Bulk TC provides six versatile modes for comprehensive batch timecode processing and helps you save countless hours on your timecode tasks. Bulk TC is a batch timecode calculator app suite that handles arrays of timecodes and related values. It offers six distinct modes: Calculator, Converter, Cost, Duration, Interval, and Shifter. Dive into the Calculator mode to seamlessly add or subtract timecodes, or explore the Converter mode to transform timecodes into various formats. Gauge project expenses effortlessly with the Cost mode, calculate durations between multiple timecode pairs in the Duration mode, or shift an array of timecodes by a certain amount with the Shifter mode. A further standout feature of Bulk TC is its user-friendly logger available in each mode, enabling users to easily log and copy or download their calculations and the resulting outputs. Bulk TC works with SMPTE-compliant timecodes. The frame rate options marked with DF use drop-frame timecodes. All other frame rates use non-drop-frame (NDF) timecodes. Bulk TC is completely browser-based. No user data is uploaded to the Internet. For a better understanding of the different modes Bulk TC has to offer, please browser through the different modes via the Mode select menu.