Time Code in Video Editing

May 1988
Image Technology;May1988, Vol. 70 Issue 5, p162
Trade Publication
The article discusses the use of time code in video editing. In time Code Editing, a previously recorded code will automatically identify each and every frame on the tape with its own number. Time code operation offers the advantages of accuracy and speed over control track editing. It is of particular benefit at the Video Editing stage, but is also of value when scripting, shot-listing and sound mixing.


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