Drastic releases its free multi platform timecode calculator: TcCalc version 4. This handy tool provides quick calculation of frame values with multiply, divide, add and subtract for all frame rates and video standards. Copy and paste these values into other applications - a real time saver!
Toronto, ON. April 16, 2012 – Drastic Technologies is proud to announce the release of version 4 of TcCalc. TcCalc is a powerful, multi platform time code calculator. With version 4, Drastic is pleased to offer TcCalc as a free download.
TcCalc allows you to add, subtract, multiply and divide frame values and all standard video frame rates. Drop, non-drop, PAL and film time code types are supported as well as 50, 59.94 and 60 frames per second. Selecting new frame rates automatically converts the frame value to the new frame rate.
Robust copy and paste operations are built in to allow the user to transfer, through the clipboard, values to and from other applications. Full memory functionality simplifies the use of common values and keeps known values in place for multiple step equations.
James Brooks CTO at Drastic explains, “TcCalc is built on our battle tested time code routines with over 15 years of development and testing. It is a really handy tool, and we are happy to offer for it for free as our thanks to the industry for its years of support.”
TcCalc can be downloaded from its web site: www.tccalc.com. TcCalc is available for OS-X and Windows 32/64.
About Drastic Technologies
Drastic Technologies is a leading edge developer of digital video solutions for the broadcast, sports playback, production, graphics and scientific communities. Drastic products include standalone software, SDKs, and digital disk recorders for clip control, VTR emulation, external device control, digital media playback and file conversion.
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