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Provides classes for working with timecodes (as used in the video industry).

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# django-timecode

A python class to store and manipulate timecodes with accompanying Django field.

## Examples

Timecodes can be created using a string representation

>>> from timecode import Timecode
>>> start = Timecode('09:59:50:00', fps=25)
>>> end = Timecode('10:06:05:12', fps=25)

They will print themselves

>>> start
Timecode('09:59:50:00', fps=25)
>>> str(start)
'09:59:50:00'

They can add and subtract

>>> delta = end - start
>>> delta
Timecode('00:06:15:12', fps=25)

Or you can get at the exact frames using the total_frames attribute

>>> delta.total_frames
9387

## In a Django model

### models.py

from timecode.fields import TimecodeField from django.db import models

class TestModel(models.Model):
timecode = TimecodeField()

You can then store the timecode objects in the database.

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