The LTC time code displays hh:mm:ss:frames and each second contains 24 frames. When using the "Go to time code," you can specify 2412 and hit enter, or the "go-to" button to the right. The player will navigate to the location 24 seconds and frame 12 within the media clip.
When using the navigation control buttons as shown below the player, a user can navigate within 1, 10, or 30 seconds interval with the different buttons.
However, it is possible to jump with 2 min time frame by entering +20000 and hit enter. Each time the enter button is pushed, the player will move forward +2 minutes. Using a - sign in front, it will go backward. The 20000 is actually 2min 00sec 00frames.
The keyboard navigation buttons
The media player has a simplistic design with the primary functions available. It is the "tape recorder buttons" below the media player that provides your options playing the asset.
But navigating within the media content that is loaded into the media player can also be done using the keyboard.
There is also a short cut through keyboard functions available KL.
Spacebar = pause/play
K = pause
L = Play at 1x, 2x or 3x times the speed
J = Play in reverse (Only supported in Safari)
The letter i = mark in with the corresponding o = mark out .
You can also use the arrow buttons on your keyboard to navigate.
Left/Right = 1 frame back or forward.
Up/down = 1 second back or forward
Creating a Tag or an Annotation by using Mark In / Mark Out
You can use the "Mark In / Mark Out" buttons to select a limited sequence in your media file. Go to the beginning of the sequence you wish to enclose by using the media player or navigation controls and click on "Mark In." You will now see the exact time code marking the beginning of your sequence to the right of the "mark in" button. Play/wind to the end of the sequence you wish to extract and click on "Mark Out." You have now selected the media sequence. By clicking on the time codes directly, the mediaplayer automatically positions it selves at the corresponding time codes.
The Mark In / Mark Out is used in conjunction with the Tag and Annotation tools to mark their exact sequence location and length.
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