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Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig Class Reference

#include <TimecodeConfig.h>

Public Member Functions

 TimecodeConfig ()
 
 TimecodeConfig (Aws::Utils::Json::JsonView jsonValue)
 
TimecodeConfigoperator= (Aws::Utils::Json::JsonView jsonValue)
 
Aws::Utils::Json::JsonValue Jsonize () const
 
const Aws::StringGetAnchor () const
 
bool AnchorHasBeenSet () const
 
void SetAnchor (const Aws::String &value)
 
void SetAnchor (Aws::String &&value)
 
void SetAnchor (const char *value)
 
TimecodeConfigWithAnchor (const Aws::String &value)
 
TimecodeConfigWithAnchor (Aws::String &&value)
 
TimecodeConfigWithAnchor (const char *value)
 
const TimecodeSourceGetSource () const
 
bool SourceHasBeenSet () const
 
void SetSource (const TimecodeSource &value)
 
void SetSource (TimecodeSource &&value)
 
TimecodeConfigWithSource (const TimecodeSource &value)
 
TimecodeConfigWithSource (TimecodeSource &&value)
 
const Aws::StringGetStart () const
 
bool StartHasBeenSet () const
 
void SetStart (const Aws::String &value)
 
void SetStart (Aws::String &&value)
 
void SetStart (const char *value)
 
TimecodeConfigWithStart (const Aws::String &value)
 
TimecodeConfigWithStart (Aws::String &&value)
 
TimecodeConfigWithStart (const char *value)
 
const Aws::StringGetTimestampOffset () const
 
bool TimestampOffsetHasBeenSet () const
 
void SetTimestampOffset (const Aws::String &value)
 
void SetTimestampOffset (Aws::String &&value)
 
void SetTimestampOffset (const char *value)
 
TimecodeConfigWithTimestampOffset (const Aws::String &value)
 
TimecodeConfigWithTimestampOffset (Aws::String &&value)
 
TimecodeConfigWithTimestampOffset (const char *value)
 

Detailed Description

These settings control how the service handles timecodes throughout the job. These settings don't affect input clipping.

See Also:

AWS API Reference

Definition at line 33 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ TimecodeConfig() [1/2]

Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::TimecodeConfig ( )

◆ TimecodeConfig() [2/2]

Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::TimecodeConfig ( Aws::Utils::Json::JsonView  jsonValue)

Member Function Documentation

◆ AnchorHasBeenSet()

bool Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::AnchorHasBeenSet ( ) const
inline

If you use an editing platform that relies on an anchor timecode, use Anchor Timecode (Anchor) to specify a timecode that will match the input video frame to the output video frame. Use 24-hour format with frame number, (HH:MM:SS:FF) or (HH:MM:SS;FF). This setting ignores frame rate conversion. System behavior for Anchor Timecode varies depending on your setting for Source (TimecodeSource). * If Source (TimecodeSource) is set to Specified Start (SPECIFIEDSTART), the first input frame is the specified value in Start Timecode (Start). Anchor Timecode (Anchor) and Start Timecode (Start) are used calculate output timecode. * If Source (TimecodeSource) is set to Start at 0 (ZEROBASED) the first frame is 00:00:00:00. * If Source (TimecodeSource) is set to Embedded (EMBEDDED), the first frame is the timecode value on the first input frame of the input.

Definition at line 70 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ GetAnchor()

const Aws::String& Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::GetAnchor ( ) const
inline

If you use an editing platform that relies on an anchor timecode, use Anchor Timecode (Anchor) to specify a timecode that will match the input video frame to the output video frame. Use 24-hour format with frame number, (HH:MM:SS:FF) or (HH:MM:SS;FF). This setting ignores frame rate conversion. System behavior for Anchor Timecode varies depending on your setting for Source (TimecodeSource). * If Source (TimecodeSource) is set to Specified Start (SPECIFIEDSTART), the first input frame is the specified value in Start Timecode (Start). Anchor Timecode (Anchor) and Start Timecode (Start) are used calculate output timecode. * If Source (TimecodeSource) is set to Start at 0 (ZEROBASED) the first frame is 00:00:00:00. * If Source (TimecodeSource) is set to Embedded (EMBEDDED), the first frame is the timecode value on the first input frame of the input.

Definition at line 55 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ GetSource()

const TimecodeSource& Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::GetSource ( ) const
inline

Use Source (TimecodeSource) to set how timecodes are handled within this job. To make sure that your video, audio, captions, and markers are synchronized and that time-based features, such as image inserter, work correctly, choose the Timecode source option that matches your assets. All timecodes are in a 24-hour format with frame number (HH:MM:SS:FF). * Embedded (EMBEDDED) - Use the timecode that is in the input video. If no embedded timecode is in the source, the service will use Start at 0 (ZEROBASED) instead. * Start at 0 (ZEROBASED) - Set the timecode of the initial frame to 00:00:00:00. * Specified Start (SPECIFIEDSTART) - Set the timecode of the initial frame to a value other than zero. You use Start timecode (Start) to provide this value.

Definition at line 175 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ GetStart()

const Aws::String& Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::GetStart ( ) const
inline

Only use when you set Source (TimecodeSource) to Specified start (SPECIFIEDSTART). Use Start timecode (Start) to specify the timecode for the initial frame. Use 24-hour format with frame number, (HH:MM:SS:FF) or (HH:MM:SS;FF).

Definition at line 254 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ GetTimestampOffset()

const Aws::String& Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::GetTimestampOffset ( ) const
inline

Only applies to outputs that support program-date-time stamp. Use Timestamp offset (TimestampOffset) to overwrite the timecode date without affecting the time and frame number. Provide the new date as a string in the format "yyyy-mm-dd". To use Time stamp offset, you must also enable Insert program-date-time (InsertProgramDateTime) in the output settings. For example, if the date part of your timecodes is 2002-1-25 and you want to change it to one year later, set Timestamp offset (TimestampOffset) to 2003-1-25.

Definition at line 322 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ Jsonize()

Aws::Utils::Json::JsonValue Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::Jsonize ( ) const

◆ operator=()

TimecodeConfig& Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::operator= ( Aws::Utils::Json::JsonView  jsonValue)

◆ SetAnchor() [1/3]

void Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::SetAnchor ( Aws::String &&  value)
inline

If you use an editing platform that relies on an anchor timecode, use Anchor Timecode (Anchor) to specify a timecode that will match the input video frame to the output video frame. Use 24-hour format with frame number, (HH:MM:SS:FF) or (HH:MM:SS;FF). This setting ignores frame rate conversion. System behavior for Anchor Timecode varies depending on your setting for Source (TimecodeSource). * If Source (TimecodeSource) is set to Specified Start (SPECIFIEDSTART), the first input frame is the specified value in Start Timecode (Start). Anchor Timecode (Anchor) and Start Timecode (Start) are used calculate output timecode. * If Source (TimecodeSource) is set to Start at 0 (ZEROBASED) the first frame is 00:00:00:00. * If Source (TimecodeSource) is set to Embedded (EMBEDDED), the first frame is the timecode value on the first input frame of the input.

Definition at line 100 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ SetAnchor() [2/3]

void Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::SetAnchor ( const Aws::String value)
inline

If you use an editing platform that relies on an anchor timecode, use Anchor Timecode (Anchor) to specify a timecode that will match the input video frame to the output video frame. Use 24-hour format with frame number, (HH:MM:SS:FF) or (HH:MM:SS;FF). This setting ignores frame rate conversion. System behavior for Anchor Timecode varies depending on your setting for Source (TimecodeSource). * If Source (TimecodeSource) is set to Specified Start (SPECIFIEDSTART), the first input frame is the specified value in Start Timecode (Start). Anchor Timecode (Anchor) and Start Timecode (Start) are used calculate output timecode. * If Source (TimecodeSource) is set to Start at 0 (ZEROBASED) the first frame is 00:00:00:00. * If Source (TimecodeSource) is set to Embedded (EMBEDDED), the first frame is the timecode value on the first input frame of the input.

Definition at line 85 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ SetAnchor() [3/3]

void Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::SetAnchor ( const char *  value)
inline

If you use an editing platform that relies on an anchor timecode, use Anchor Timecode (Anchor) to specify a timecode that will match the input video frame to the output video frame. Use 24-hour format with frame number, (HH:MM:SS:FF) or (HH:MM:SS;FF). This setting ignores frame rate conversion. System behavior for Anchor Timecode varies depending on your setting for Source (TimecodeSource). * If Source (TimecodeSource) is set to Specified Start (SPECIFIEDSTART), the first input frame is the specified value in Start Timecode (Start). Anchor Timecode (Anchor) and Start Timecode (Start) are used calculate output timecode. * If Source (TimecodeSource) is set to Start at 0 (ZEROBASED) the first frame is 00:00:00:00. * If Source (TimecodeSource) is set to Embedded (EMBEDDED), the first frame is the timecode value on the first input frame of the input.

Definition at line 115 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ SetSource() [1/2]

void Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::SetSource ( const TimecodeSource value)
inline

Use Source (TimecodeSource) to set how timecodes are handled within this job. To make sure that your video, audio, captions, and markers are synchronized and that time-based features, such as image inserter, work correctly, choose the Timecode source option that matches your assets. All timecodes are in a 24-hour format with frame number (HH:MM:SS:FF). * Embedded (EMBEDDED) - Use the timecode that is in the input video. If no embedded timecode is in the source, the service will use Start at 0 (ZEROBASED) instead. * Start at 0 (ZEROBASED) - Set the timecode of the initial frame to 00:00:00:00. * Specified Start (SPECIFIEDSTART) - Set the timecode of the initial frame to a value other than zero. You use Start timecode (Start) to provide this value.

Definition at line 203 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ SetSource() [2/2]

void Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::SetSource ( TimecodeSource &&  value)
inline

Use Source (TimecodeSource) to set how timecodes are handled within this job. To make sure that your video, audio, captions, and markers are synchronized and that time-based features, such as image inserter, work correctly, choose the Timecode source option that matches your assets. All timecodes are in a 24-hour format with frame number (HH:MM:SS:FF). * Embedded (EMBEDDED) - Use the timecode that is in the input video. If no embedded timecode is in the source, the service will use Start at 0 (ZEROBASED) instead. * Start at 0 (ZEROBASED) - Set the timecode of the initial frame to 00:00:00:00. * Specified Start (SPECIFIEDSTART) - Set the timecode of the initial frame to a value other than zero. You use Start timecode (Start) to provide this value.

Definition at line 217 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ SetStart() [1/3]

void Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::SetStart ( Aws::String &&  value)
inline

Only use when you set Source (TimecodeSource) to Specified start (SPECIFIEDSTART). Use Start timecode (Start) to specify the timecode for the initial frame. Use 24-hour format with frame number, (HH:MM:SS:FF) or (HH:MM:SS;FF).

Definition at line 278 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ SetStart() [2/3]

void Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::SetStart ( const Aws::String value)
inline

Only use when you set Source (TimecodeSource) to Specified start (SPECIFIEDSTART). Use Start timecode (Start) to specify the timecode for the initial frame. Use 24-hour format with frame number, (HH:MM:SS:FF) or (HH:MM:SS;FF).

Definition at line 270 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ SetStart() [3/3]

void Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::SetStart ( const char *  value)
inline

Only use when you set Source (TimecodeSource) to Specified start (SPECIFIEDSTART). Use Start timecode (Start) to specify the timecode for the initial frame. Use 24-hour format with frame number, (HH:MM:SS:FF) or (HH:MM:SS;FF).

Definition at line 286 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ SetTimestampOffset() [1/3]

void Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::SetTimestampOffset ( Aws::String &&  value)
inline

Only applies to outputs that support program-date-time stamp. Use Timestamp offset (TimestampOffset) to overwrite the timecode date without affecting the time and frame number. Provide the new date as a string in the format "yyyy-mm-dd". To use Time stamp offset, you must also enable Insert program-date-time (InsertProgramDateTime) in the output settings. For example, if the date part of your timecodes is 2002-1-25 and you want to change it to one year later, set Timestamp offset (TimestampOffset) to 2003-1-25.

Definition at line 355 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ SetTimestampOffset() [2/3]

void Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::SetTimestampOffset ( const Aws::String value)
inline

Only applies to outputs that support program-date-time stamp. Use Timestamp offset (TimestampOffset) to overwrite the timecode date without affecting the time and frame number. Provide the new date as a string in the format "yyyy-mm-dd". To use Time stamp offset, you must also enable Insert program-date-time (InsertProgramDateTime) in the output settings. For example, if the date part of your timecodes is 2002-1-25 and you want to change it to one year later, set Timestamp offset (TimestampOffset) to 2003-1-25.

Definition at line 344 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ SetTimestampOffset() [3/3]

void Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::SetTimestampOffset ( const char *  value)
inline

Only applies to outputs that support program-date-time stamp. Use Timestamp offset (TimestampOffset) to overwrite the timecode date without affecting the time and frame number. Provide the new date as a string in the format "yyyy-mm-dd". To use Time stamp offset, you must also enable Insert program-date-time (InsertProgramDateTime) in the output settings. For example, if the date part of your timecodes is 2002-1-25 and you want to change it to one year later, set Timestamp offset (TimestampOffset) to 2003-1-25.

Definition at line 366 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ SourceHasBeenSet()

bool Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::SourceHasBeenSet ( ) const
inline

Use Source (TimecodeSource) to set how timecodes are handled within this job. To make sure that your video, audio, captions, and markers are synchronized and that time-based features, such as image inserter, work correctly, choose the Timecode source option that matches your assets. All timecodes are in a 24-hour format with frame number (HH:MM:SS:FF). * Embedded (EMBEDDED) - Use the timecode that is in the input video. If no embedded timecode is in the source, the service will use Start at 0 (ZEROBASED) instead. * Start at 0 (ZEROBASED) - Set the timecode of the initial frame to 00:00:00:00. * Specified Start (SPECIFIEDSTART) - Set the timecode of the initial frame to a value other than zero. You use Start timecode (Start) to provide this value.

Definition at line 189 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ StartHasBeenSet()

bool Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::StartHasBeenSet ( ) const
inline

Only use when you set Source (TimecodeSource) to Specified start (SPECIFIEDSTART). Use Start timecode (Start) to specify the timecode for the initial frame. Use 24-hour format with frame number, (HH:MM:SS:FF) or (HH:MM:SS;FF).

Definition at line 262 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ TimestampOffsetHasBeenSet()

bool Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::TimestampOffsetHasBeenSet ( ) const
inline

Only applies to outputs that support program-date-time stamp. Use Timestamp offset (TimestampOffset) to overwrite the timecode date without affecting the time and frame number. Provide the new date as a string in the format "yyyy-mm-dd". To use Time stamp offset, you must also enable Insert program-date-time (InsertProgramDateTime) in the output settings. For example, if the date part of your timecodes is 2002-1-25 and you want to change it to one year later, set Timestamp offset (TimestampOffset) to 2003-1-25.

Definition at line 333 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ WithAnchor() [1/3]

TimecodeConfig& Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::WithAnchor ( Aws::String &&  value)
inline

If you use an editing platform that relies on an anchor timecode, use Anchor Timecode (Anchor) to specify a timecode that will match the input video frame to the output video frame. Use 24-hour format with frame number, (HH:MM:SS:FF) or (HH:MM:SS;FF). This setting ignores frame rate conversion. System behavior for Anchor Timecode varies depending on your setting for Source (TimecodeSource). * If Source (TimecodeSource) is set to Specified Start (SPECIFIEDSTART), the first input frame is the specified value in Start Timecode (Start). Anchor Timecode (Anchor) and Start Timecode (Start) are used calculate output timecode. * If Source (TimecodeSource) is set to Start at 0 (ZEROBASED) the first frame is 00:00:00:00. * If Source (TimecodeSource) is set to Embedded (EMBEDDED), the first frame is the timecode value on the first input frame of the input.

Definition at line 145 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ WithAnchor() [2/3]

TimecodeConfig& Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::WithAnchor ( const Aws::String value)
inline

If you use an editing platform that relies on an anchor timecode, use Anchor Timecode (Anchor) to specify a timecode that will match the input video frame to the output video frame. Use 24-hour format with frame number, (HH:MM:SS:FF) or (HH:MM:SS;FF). This setting ignores frame rate conversion. System behavior for Anchor Timecode varies depending on your setting for Source (TimecodeSource). * If Source (TimecodeSource) is set to Specified Start (SPECIFIEDSTART), the first input frame is the specified value in Start Timecode (Start). Anchor Timecode (Anchor) and Start Timecode (Start) are used calculate output timecode. * If Source (TimecodeSource) is set to Start at 0 (ZEROBASED) the first frame is 00:00:00:00. * If Source (TimecodeSource) is set to Embedded (EMBEDDED), the first frame is the timecode value on the first input frame of the input.

Definition at line 130 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ WithAnchor() [3/3]

TimecodeConfig& Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::WithAnchor ( const char *  value)
inline

If you use an editing platform that relies on an anchor timecode, use Anchor Timecode (Anchor) to specify a timecode that will match the input video frame to the output video frame. Use 24-hour format with frame number, (HH:MM:SS:FF) or (HH:MM:SS;FF). This setting ignores frame rate conversion. System behavior for Anchor Timecode varies depending on your setting for Source (TimecodeSource). * If Source (TimecodeSource) is set to Specified Start (SPECIFIEDSTART), the first input frame is the specified value in Start Timecode (Start). Anchor Timecode (Anchor) and Start Timecode (Start) are used calculate output timecode. * If Source (TimecodeSource) is set to Start at 0 (ZEROBASED) the first frame is 00:00:00:00. * If Source (TimecodeSource) is set to Embedded (EMBEDDED), the first frame is the timecode value on the first input frame of the input.

Definition at line 160 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ WithSource() [1/2]

TimecodeConfig& Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::WithSource ( const TimecodeSource value)
inline

Use Source (TimecodeSource) to set how timecodes are handled within this job. To make sure that your video, audio, captions, and markers are synchronized and that time-based features, such as image inserter, work correctly, choose the Timecode source option that matches your assets. All timecodes are in a 24-hour format with frame number (HH:MM:SS:FF). * Embedded (EMBEDDED) - Use the timecode that is in the input video. If no embedded timecode is in the source, the service will use Start at 0 (ZEROBASED) instead. * Start at 0 (ZEROBASED) - Set the timecode of the initial frame to 00:00:00:00. * Specified Start (SPECIFIEDSTART) - Set the timecode of the initial frame to a value other than zero. You use Start timecode (Start) to provide this value.

Definition at line 231 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ WithSource() [2/2]

TimecodeConfig& Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::WithSource ( TimecodeSource &&  value)
inline

Use Source (TimecodeSource) to set how timecodes are handled within this job. To make sure that your video, audio, captions, and markers are synchronized and that time-based features, such as image inserter, work correctly, choose the Timecode source option that matches your assets. All timecodes are in a 24-hour format with frame number (HH:MM:SS:FF). * Embedded (EMBEDDED) - Use the timecode that is in the input video. If no embedded timecode is in the source, the service will use Start at 0 (ZEROBASED) instead. * Start at 0 (ZEROBASED) - Set the timecode of the initial frame to 00:00:00:00. * Specified Start (SPECIFIEDSTART) - Set the timecode of the initial frame to a value other than zero. You use Start timecode (Start) to provide this value.

Definition at line 245 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ WithStart() [1/3]

TimecodeConfig& Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::WithStart ( Aws::String &&  value)
inline

Only use when you set Source (TimecodeSource) to Specified start (SPECIFIEDSTART). Use Start timecode (Start) to specify the timecode for the initial frame. Use 24-hour format with frame number, (HH:MM:SS:FF) or (HH:MM:SS;FF).

Definition at line 302 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ WithStart() [2/3]

TimecodeConfig& Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::WithStart ( const Aws::String value)
inline

Only use when you set Source (TimecodeSource) to Specified start (SPECIFIEDSTART). Use Start timecode (Start) to specify the timecode for the initial frame. Use 24-hour format with frame number, (HH:MM:SS:FF) or (HH:MM:SS;FF).

Definition at line 294 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ WithStart() [3/3]

TimecodeConfig& Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::WithStart ( const char *  value)
inline

Only use when you set Source (TimecodeSource) to Specified start (SPECIFIEDSTART). Use Start timecode (Start) to specify the timecode for the initial frame. Use 24-hour format with frame number, (HH:MM:SS:FF) or (HH:MM:SS;FF).

Definition at line 310 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ WithTimestampOffset() [1/3]

TimecodeConfig& Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::WithTimestampOffset ( Aws::String &&  value)
inline

Only applies to outputs that support program-date-time stamp. Use Timestamp offset (TimestampOffset) to overwrite the timecode date without affecting the time and frame number. Provide the new date as a string in the format "yyyy-mm-dd". To use Time stamp offset, you must also enable Insert program-date-time (InsertProgramDateTime) in the output settings. For example, if the date part of your timecodes is 2002-1-25 and you want to change it to one year later, set Timestamp offset (TimestampOffset) to 2003-1-25.

Definition at line 388 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ WithTimestampOffset() [2/3]

TimecodeConfig& Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::WithTimestampOffset ( const Aws::String value)
inline

Only applies to outputs that support program-date-time stamp. Use Timestamp offset (TimestampOffset) to overwrite the timecode date without affecting the time and frame number. Provide the new date as a string in the format "yyyy-mm-dd". To use Time stamp offset, you must also enable Insert program-date-time (InsertProgramDateTime) in the output settings. For example, if the date part of your timecodes is 2002-1-25 and you want to change it to one year later, set Timestamp offset (TimestampOffset) to 2003-1-25.

Definition at line 377 of file TimecodeConfig.h.

◆ WithTimestampOffset() [3/3]

TimecodeConfig& Aws::MediaConvert::Model::TimecodeConfig::WithTimestampOffset ( const char *  value)
inline

Only applies to outputs that support program-date-time stamp. Use Timestamp offset (TimestampOffset) to overwrite the timecode date without affecting the time and frame number. Provide the new date as a string in the format "yyyy-mm-dd". To use Time stamp offset, you must also enable Insert program-date-time (InsertProgramDateTime) in the output settings. For example, if the date part of your timecodes is 2002-1-25 and you want to change it to one year later, set Timestamp offset (TimestampOffset) to 2003-1-25.

Definition at line 399 of file TimecodeConfig.h.


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