Timecode Displays for Video
The video clips below are frame-accurate video timecode displays which can be downloaded and used with your video project to provide a timecode reference. The timecode clips are 160x40 pixels and can be placed anywhere in your video frame, as per the example on the right.
- Choose the correct format to suit your project from the list below.
- These are big files — you might want to download the 1-minute version first to make sure it works.
- Windows video files use the Microsoft Video 1 codec.
- Quicktime/MP4 files use the H.264 codec.
- MPEG2 files have the extension .m2v. If your editor doesn't recognise it, try changing the extension to .mpg.
- If the timecode looks squashed or stretched in your project, try changing the pixel aspect ratio of the timecode clip. You can also resize it if you wish.
- These timecode files are for marking individual frames as per video editing conventions. If you're looking for a clock that shows times in 1/100 second increments, see our clock timecodes.
- If you have any problems or comments about these files please let us know.
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|Frames Per Second||Duration||Download|
|25 FPS (PAL)||1 minute||AVI (0.8MB)||MPEG2 (0.9MB)|
|20 minutes||AVI (16MB)||MPEG2 (20MB)|
|60 minutes||AVI (47MB)||MPEG2 (60MB)|
|29.97 FPS, Drop-frame (NTSC)||1 minute||AVI (1MB)||Quicktime (1.1MB)|
|20 minutes||AVI (18MB)||Quicktime (22MB)|
|60 minutes||AVI (56MB)||Quicktime (67MB)|
|separated by ":" instead of ";"||60 minutes||AVI (86MB)||MP4 (58MB)|
|30 FPS, Non-drop-frame||1 minute||AVI (0.9MB)||MPEG2 (1.2MB)|
|20 minutes||AVI (22MB)||MPEG2 (24MB)|
|60 minutes||AVI (50MB)||MPEG2 (58MB)|