From Digital Salade:
Toki TC is an utility for displaying a time code, a feet+frames counter, a frame counter and a line of text over a video movie. Easy to use, it has all options to control the display of time code: position anywhere in the picture; set the start offset and frame rate; choice of the font and size of the text; choice of the colors of the text and the background. A movie can be exported with time code and text to QuickTime, DV, MPEG-4, and other formats.
What's new in this version:
- Version 1.5:
- Support Windows 8.1,
- Fixed Unicode fonts display,
- Fixed few minor bugs.
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