I want to export bookmarks from potplayer to some other readable format. Unfortunately the only available format is pbf. I'm writing a script to convert it to readable proper time format hh:mms:ff or something similar. However I don't understand how these values work. For example I bookmark something at 36m:51s and the pbf file says 2331000. The video is (29.97 FPS) so that's not frames. If I bookmark something at 1frame it shows 32 and if I bookmark something at frame 2 it shows 66. So it's inconsistent. How do I decode this?
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Perhaps it is milliseconds, but if I calculate 2331000 ms = 2331 secs -> 2331ms/60= 38,85 secs -> 0,85*60 = 51 secs -> 38m:51s probably you mistyped here?
since one frames duration of 29.97 fps is about 33,36 ms that would also fit.
can confirm Flashandpan007 deduction, that it is time in miliseconds.
Thank you. I indeed mistyped it.