Burn-In Timecode

Burn in timecode to your source video.

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<query>
    <userid><<id>></userid> <!-- required-->
    <userkey><<key>></userkey> <!-- required-->
    <action>[Action]</action> <!-- required-->
    <format>
        <burnin_timecode>
            <start>[Timecode|copy]</start>
            <left>[LeftPosition]</left>
            <right>[RightPosition]</right>
            <top>[ToptPosition]</top>
            <bottom>[BottomPosition]</bottom>
            <font_size>[FontSize]</font_size>
        </burnin_timecode>
    </format>
</query>
{
    "query": {
        "userid": "<<id>>",
        "userkey": "<<key>>",
        "action": "[Action]",
        "format": {
            "burnin_timecode": {
                "start": "[Timecode|copy]",
                "left": "[LeftPosition]",
                "right": "[RightPosition]",
                "top": "[ToptPosition]",
                "bottom": "[BottomPosition]"
            }
        }
    }
}

Parameter

Description

Allowed Values

Default Value

start

Specify the start of the timecode counter.

copy - copy timecode start from source
timecode in format HH:MM:SS[:;]FF
HH – hours
MM – minutes
SS – seconds
FF – frames
[:;] – : – non drop-frame, ; – drop-frame;

00:00:00:00

left

Specify position x of left timecode's side with starting point from left.

Non-negative integer

None

right

Specify position x of right timecode's side with starting point from right.

Non-negative integer

None

top

Specify position y of top timecode's side with starting point from top.

Non-negative integer

None

bottom

Specify position x of bottom timecode's side with starting point from bottom.

Non-negative integer

None

font_size

Timecode Font Size

Positive integer

16

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For start parameter

Drop frame can be used only for 29.97 or 59.94 output frame rates.