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## Milliseconds to Frames

##### 2014-07-03 16:46:04
Hi,

I extracted an SRT file from a m4a podcast but the times are in MM:SS, of which the seconds are also containing milliseconds.

I want to convert these times to SS:MM:FF (frames) but I have no idea how to convert the milliseconds to frames...

E.g.: 13:45,875 (13 minutes and 45.875 seconds) to MM:SS:FF?

Regards,
B

## Milliseconds to Frames

##### Reply #1 – 2014-07-03 17:02:04
One second has 75 frames, that is 1000/75=13.3333 ms equals one frame. So you have to round up or down the value. 13:45.875~13:45:65
Exactly it would be 13:45:65.625

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## Milliseconds to Frames

##### Reply #2 – 2014-07-05 00:39:37
If your movie is 25 frames per second, then a frame is 1/25th of a second, or 4 ms.

eevan: where did you get 75?
PANIC: CPU 1: Cache Error (unrecoverable - dcache data) Eframe = 0x90000000208cf3b8
NOTICE - cpu 0 didn't dump TLB, may be hung

## Milliseconds to Frames

##### Reply #3 – 2014-07-06 21:41:44
If your movie is 25 frames per second, then a frame is 1/25th of a second, or 4 ms.
That should be 40 ms (probably a typo)

## Milliseconds to Frames

##### Reply #5 – 2014-07-07 14:49:58
If your movie is 25 frames per second, then a frame is 1/25th of a second, or 4 ms.
That should be 40 ms (probably a typo)

I stand corrected.

@Juha: But we are talking about video frame-rate/timecode aren't we?
PANIC: CPU 1: Cache Error (unrecoverable - dcache data) Eframe = 0x90000000208cf3b8
NOTICE - cpu 0 didn't dump TLB, may be hung

## Milliseconds to Frames

##### Reply #6 – 2014-07-07 15:26:22
If your movie is 25 frames per second, then a frame is 1/25th of a second, or 4 ms.
That should be 40 ms (probably a typo)
I stand corrected.  @Juha: But we are talking about video frame-rate/timecode aren't we?

Ofcourse ... just wanted to point where he digged that value from.