When a Video Timeline is created in Photoshop, there are 2 options for viewing time units:
- a Frame Number mode (which is pretty self-explanatory), and
- the Timecode mode, which I don't understand.
There are 2 kinds of suffixes there :
-s, at first, I thought that the
-s suffix is meant to mark seconds, but it's not the case. The
-s suffixes appear only when I open a video file like
.avi in Photoshop but the
-s units are much longer than 1 second, the -
f ones appear when I create a Timeline within a standard Ps document.
What's the difference between them, and generally what's the concept behind such an unintuitive time units for video in Photoshop?
Edit: A screenshot with
Eidt2: There are
-m suffixes as well (movie duration was about 1h 30 mins, so the suffixes mean probably seconds and minutes, taking into account bigger units in front)