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Thread: Embed A Timer/Stopwatch Into A Video Stream ?

  1. Default Embed A Timer/Stopwatch Into A Video Stream ?


    Would anyone please be able to assist me with some information as to the possibility of embedding a timer or stopwatch functionality into a video stream? Is this possible, and if so what software would I need to do this?

    What I would like to achieve is to be able to edit the video stream and have the timer placed in the stream at a specific point with time 0.00 then as the video stream plays the timer runs automatically and if I freeze the video stream at any point then I can see the evolved time to that point. If possible I need the timer to be accurate to one hundredth of a second. The timer would need to be permanently in the video so that if i sent the file to a colleague they would be able to see it without having to edit the video stream.

    I am not sure if it is possible, however, if it is possible I would be grateful for any help with it. I hope to use it to time horse racing video streams so that I can time the horses to specific points in the races.

    wet bimbette

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    Asheville, NC USA



    You can stamp timecode using either Adobe Premiere Pro or Adobe After Effects.

    You add it to your video clip as a video filter. You can also modify the time settings to customize the type of counter.


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    You can also do this with Sony Vegas.

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