Author Topic: Good ff7 movie reader that gives out the frame info  (Read 2319 times)

Marc

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I need to find the frame info for the ff7 movies.

I usually use VirtualDubMod for these things but it doesn't read TM20 codec files as its not a directshow codec and even though I've found a way to make WMP play frame by frame, it doesn't display frame numbers which makes it kind of useless.

Doing it by time elapsed x 15 frames/second is a bit too imprecise it since some timing has to be precise.

I've done a quick search on the forums but all of the threads only speak about decoders such as ffdshow and not players who could handle the movie along with the frame info.

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Re: Good ff7 movie reader that gives out the frame info
« Reply #1 on: 2009-02-25 21:29:03 »
Any player designed to edit subtitles. SubEdit for example (use the UK flag to change the default language). Doesn't work in Windows7, for Vista download and install the WMP patch.

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Re: Good ff7 movie reader that gives out the frame info
« Reply #2 on: 2009-02-26 03:23:05 »
Ah great.

None of the programs I had tried from AfterDawn had worked using the Windows Codec (I do use vista so maybe that's why).

Thanks.  Again.