Sorry, maybe I wrote it wrong.
If I use 24 fps exactly or 23.976 fps, then both videos produces "24/999 1000/nonDrop". I want get "24/1 1/nonDrop" from 24 fps video and "24/999 1000/nonDrop" from 23.976 fps video.
I speak about attribute "timecode-format" in metadata.xml (<timecode_format>24/999 1000/nonDrop</timecode_format>) in chapters.
We have Switch 3.0.3 (5911).
Report from QC House: Modern VideoFilm:
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Metadata Issues: Chapters Metadata
THE METADATA IS REJECTED FOR LISTING AN INCORRECT CHAPTER TIMECODE
FORMAT OF "24/999 1000/nonDrop" WHEN THE FEATURE HAS AN EFFECTIVE FPS
OF 24. PLEASE REFER TO THE TIMECODE FORMATS SECTION OF THE ITUNES
PACKAGE FILM SPECIFICATION 5.2.11.
Just to be clear, is Switch itself showing an error when it create the iTunes Package?
Switch should catch an error like that. Please confirm.
If Switch doesn't show the error when creating the package please do report it.
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