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What are the 00:00:00:000 correspond to in OpenSHAPA? I know that in MacSHAPA it was hours, minutes, seconds, and frames (60 frames in 1 sec). What are the 3 digits at the end in OpenSHAPA?

My converted Mac to OpenSHAPA files do not perfectly align because of the last 3 digits.

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asked 26 Nov '11, 03:28

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00:00:00:000 corresponds to H:M:S:MS. The last three numbers are milliseconds, not frames.

If you convert your MacSHAPA frames into milliseconds, it should line up pretty closely. To calculate durations in OpenSHAPA, just subtract the onset from the offset to get milliseconds; divide by 1000 to get seconds.

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answered 26 Nov '11, 08:29

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