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 +[[Image:Timecode-full.jpg|'''[[Time code]]''' ('''[[TC]]''') is a sequence of numeric codes generated at regular intervals by a timing system. Time codes are used extensively for '''[[synchronization]]''', and for logging material in recorded media. SOM is also a related term (in the broadcast industry) and stands for 'Start of Message' or 'Start of Media' also known as Time Code (TC) in. Similarly EOM stands for 'End of Message' or 'End of Media' also known as Time Code ('''[[TC]]''') out.|thumb|350px]]
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'''[[Time code]]''' ('''[[TC]]''') is a sequence of numeric codes generated at regular intervals by a timing system. Time codes are used extensively for '''[[synchronization]]''', and for logging material in recorded media. SOM is also a related term (in the broadcast industry) and stands for 'Start of Message' or 'Start of Media' also known as Time Code (TC) in. Similarly EOM stands for 'End of Message' or 'End of Media' also known as Time Code ('''[[TC]]''') out. '''[[Time code]]''' ('''[[TC]]''') is a sequence of numeric codes generated at regular intervals by a timing system. Time codes are used extensively for '''[[synchronization]]''', and for logging material in recorded media. SOM is also a related term (in the broadcast industry) and stands for 'Start of Message' or 'Start of Media' also known as Time Code (TC) in. Similarly EOM stands for 'End of Message' or 'End of Media' also known as Time Code ('''[[TC]]''') out.
 +== Also see ==
 +*'''[[Black Burst]]'''
 +*'''[[Non-linear editing]]'''
 +*'''[[Offline editing]]'''
 +*'''[[Online editing]]'''
 +*'''[[Linear video editing]]'''
 +*'''[[Digital video recorder]]'''
 +*'''[[Electronic News Gathering]]'''
 +*'''[[Frame rate]]'''
== Reference == == Reference ==
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# See Wikipedia ''Time code'' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_code] # See Wikipedia ''Time code'' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_code]

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Time code (TC) is a sequence of numeric codes generated at regular intervals by a timing system. Time codes are used extensively for synchronization, and for logging material in recorded media. SOM is also a related term (in the broadcast industry) and stands for 'Start of Message' or 'Start of Media' also known as Time Code (TC) in. Similarly EOM stands for 'End of Message' or 'End of Media' also known as Time Code (TC) out.
Time code (TC) is a sequence of numeric codes generated at regular intervals by a timing system. Time codes are used extensively for synchronization, and for logging material in recorded media. SOM is also a related term (in the broadcast industry) and stands for 'Start of Message' or 'Start of Media' also known as Time Code (TC) in. Similarly EOM stands for 'End of Message' or 'End of Media' also known as Time Code (TC) out.


Time code (TC) is a sequence of numeric codes generated at regular intervals by a timing system. Time codes are used extensively for synchronization, and for logging material in recorded media. SOM is also a related term (in the broadcast industry) and stands for 'Start of Message' or 'Start of Media' also known as Time Code (TC) in. Similarly EOM stands for 'End of Message' or 'End of Media' also known as Time Code (TC) out.


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