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dror  
#1 Posted : Sunday, January 7, 2024 6:52:55 PM(UTC)
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How can i convert Vmix replay in or out point to H:i:s
is the value in milliseconds?
i have tried to divide it with 1000000
but the result is not correct?

any idea?
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#2 Posted : Sunday, January 7, 2024 8:21:52 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: dror Go to Quoted Post
How can i convert Vmix replay in or out point to H:i:s
is the value in milliseconds?
i have tried to divide it with 1000000
but the result is not correct?

any idea?


A search function is a cool thing ;-)

Google: convert milliseconds to hh mm ss

or even better google vmix instant replay timestamp =

https://forums.vmix.com/...--or-something-like-that
dror  
#3 Posted : Sunday, January 7, 2024 8:32:09 PM(UTC)
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first thank you for your help but
i didnt ask for no reason

i have seen all of the posts about it,

i did convert it but i get a wrong result ,

this is the value = 170400000 in vmix the time is 10:47:23.89 but my result is 23:20:00
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#4 Posted : Sunday, January 7, 2024 9:12:22 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: dror Go to Quoted Post
first thank you for your help but
i didnt ask for no reason

i have seen all of the posts about it,

i did convert it but i get a wrong result ,

this is the value = 170400000 in vmix the time is 10:47:23.89 but my result is 23:20:00


did you see this post too? https://forums.vmix.com/...play-XML-InPoint-To-Time
something about taking into account start recording time, frame counts etc
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#5 Posted : Sunday, January 7, 2024 10:11:59 PM(UTC)
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i assume you are taking the times from the xml file in the replay folder. if i create a clip that is approx. 1 minute long, then i get the value of 605600000 (outpoint-inpoint), which corresponds to a value of 1:00:56. (mm:ss:ms)
Quote:
<event>
<inPoint>162600000</inPoint>
<outPoint>768200000</outPoint>
<selectedAngle>0</selectedAngle>
<description>Event 1 Minute</description>

oneminute.JPG (10kb) downloaded 1 time(s).

The value you specified 170400000 is therefore 00:17:40
the values are in ticks, the smallest available value among the windows time units (approx. 100 nanoseconds)


you can convert it like this:
Code:
'number of ticks
dim ticks As Long =  170400000

'create TimeSpan from ticks
dim timeSpan As TimeSpan = TimeSpan.FromTicks(ticks)

'format TimeSpan as timestring (hh:mm:ss.ms)
dim formattedTime As String = String.Format("{0:D2}:{1:D2}:{2:D2}:{3:D2}",timeSpan.Hours, timeSpan.Minutes, timeSpan.Seconds, timeSpan.Milliseconds)
console.writeline(formattedTime)

to get the time of the in- or outpoint, you have to calculate the tick values from the actual start time of the recording
(starttime - inPoint) or (start time - outPoint), in this example 12:08:57.8940669
You can find the starttime at the bottom of the XML file:
Quote:
<segment>
<timestamp>2024-01-07T12:08:57.8940669+01:00</timestamp>


the start time can also be converted to ticks:
Code:
'time as string
dim timestamp As String = "12:08:57.8940669"

'change timestamp to TimeSpan
dim timeSpan As TimeSpan = TimeSpan.Parse(timestamp)

'convert TimeSpan to ticks
dim ticks As Long = timeSpan.Ticks

'result in ticks
console.writeline(ticks)
dror  
#6 Posted : Sunday, January 7, 2024 10:53:40 PM(UTC)
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thank you !
i what language is the code written?
Peter1000  
#7 Posted : Monday, January 8, 2024 3:37:31 AM(UTC)
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vb net, you can copy the code into a empty script window of vmix, see scripting in help files.
you need to have 4K version or higher
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