Thanks Brian, that’s understandable it would be linked to frames, mainly I work in 30fps or 60fps video. What you describe sounds perfect for what I want.
I was planning to mainly use it to show timing changes between PAL and NTSC video games. So I just wanted a stopwatch running at the bottom of the video, as the comparison footage runs.
Would it be possible to have an option to pause the timer as well on the frame you need it to?
So an example of a time when I could have used it in a previous video I did, was this one, jump to 41:14, I was planning to do something similar in another video this time on a different game:
There have a few few videos in the past I should have used a feature like this.I plan to do more videos using stopwatch timing at later dates, I certainly won’t need hours, but I suspect there might be one or two shotcut users who might want it included in different format if possible:
MM:SS.mm (Chrono format for a lot of watches)
I want it counting up, but again some users may want it to count done from a starting limit. I know a few editors also already include a feature like this.
I imagine this will take some time to add, but it would greatly help me in the future and other shotcut users.