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Time v2.1

  

VLC Extension

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Time v2.1
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Time v2.1
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Downloads:  58177
Submitted:  Mar 19 2012
Updated:  Sep 5 2016

Description:

Time is VLC extension that displays running time on the screen in a playing video.
(Extension script "time_ext.lua" + Interface script "looper_intf.lua")
Features:
- supported tags: [E], [Efps], [D], [R], [T], [O], [n], [_];
- 9 possible positions on the screen;
- elapsed time with milliseconds;
- playback speed rate taken into account for duration time;

Time v2.1 (intf)
"time_ext.lua" > Put the VLC Extension Lua script file in \lua\extensions\ folder
"looper_intf.lua" > Put the VLC Interface Lua script file in \lua\intf\ folder
** The Interface script can be activated from the CLI (batch script or desktop shortcut icon):
vlc.exe --extraintf=luaintf --lua-intf=looper_intf
** Otherwise the Extension script (First run: "Time > SETTINGS" dialog box) will help you to set appropriate VLC preferences for automatic activation of the Interface script or you can do it manually in VLC Preferences:
Tools > Preferences > Show settings=All > Interface \
\ Main interfaces: Extra interface modules [luaintf]
\ Main interfaces \ Lua: Lua interface [looper_intf]
Then use the Extension ("Time" dialog box) to control the active Interface script.
The installed Extension is available in VLC menu "View" or "Vlc > Extensions" on Mac OS X.

Time v1.0
The extension works in VLC-2.0.x. VLC archive: http://download.videolan.org/vlc/
Time is VLC extension (extension script "time.lua") that displays running time on the screen in a playing video.
Lite version of this extension - Time (lite): http://addons.videolan.org/content/show.php?content=149619

DOWNLOAD:
- click the download button below
- save the .zip file
INSTALLATION:
- extract (unzip) the .lua file and put it in VLC subdir \lua\extensions\, by default:
* Windows (all users): %ProgramFiles%\VideoLAN\VLC\lua\extensions\
* Windows (current user): %APPDATA%\VLC\lua\extensions\
* Linux (all users): /usr/lib/vlc/lua/extensions/
* Linux (current user): ~/.local/share/vlc/lua/extensions/
* Mac OS X (all users): /Applications/VLC.app/Contents/MacOS/share/lua/extensions/
* Mac OS X (current user): /Users/%your_name%/Library/Application Support/org.videolan.vlc/lua/extensions/
(create directories if they don't exist)
- Restart VLC or just reload extensions (Tools > Plugins and extensions > Active Extensions tab: Reload extensions button).
USAGE:
Then you simply start the extension in VLC menu "View" or "Vlc > Extensions" on Mac OS X.

Forum: https://forum.videolan.org/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=97639




Changelog:

v2.1 (intf) (5.9.2016) 58019
- fixed several bugs in Interface script

v2.0 (intf) (28.4.2016) 53798
- resurrection attempt;
- Interface script "looper_intf.lua" + Extension script "time_ext.lua";
- new tags [Efps]-elapsed frames (et*fps), [n]-name, [_]-new/next line;
- elapsed time with milliseconds;
- playback speed rate taken into account for duration time;

v1.0 (19.3.2012)
- works in VLC 2.0.x;
- supported tags: [E]-elapsed time, [D]-duration, [R]-remaining time, [T]-system time, [O]-over time;




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 how to use?

 
 by polluted85 on: Jun 6 2012
 
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hi i am having trouble using this after creating the extensions folder in my Mac OS folder as directed and moving the .lua file in there

i go to > extensions > time

then a window pops out
what do i select?

i have a list of videos in the playlist. i want to find out total playlist time, to see what i have ahead of me to watch.


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 how to use?

 
 by polluted85 on: Jun 6 2012
 
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hi i am having trouble using this after creating the extensions folder in my Mac OS folder as directed and moving the .lua file in there

i go to > extensions > time

then a window pops out
what do i select?

i have a list of videos in the playlist. i want to find out total playlist time, to see what i have ahead of me to watch.


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 Update pending

 
 by mederi on: Jun 8 2012
 
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[PLD] tag added by Ashada:
http://forum.videolan.org/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=97639&start=20#p341783
Playlist handling often cause crash of VLC for example if you add fresh files into playlist while the extension is active. Total playlist duration would also need total elapsed time.


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 Needs fractional time display

 
 by AlexisBV on: Aug 13 2012
 
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This currently does not seem to display more info than the stock VLC GUI already displays.. in order to be more useful, the user should be able to select fractional time display, or frames.

(for example 00:01.83, or 55 frames, and so on)


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 Re: Needs fractional time display

 
 by mederi on: Aug 23 2012
 
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Thank you for your ideas. I would like to publish your instructions how to alter the script to see elapsed time with miliseconds:
Quote:
- remove the math.floor() from the elapsedSecond definition (line 91)
- change the elapsed_time string format to "%02d:%02d:%06.3f" (line 115)


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 Re: Re: Needs fractional time display

 
 by wthopman on: Aug 25 2012
 
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For most jobs with video material, just the frame- number would be just as helpful.


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 Re: Re: Re: Needs fractional time display

 
 by mederi on: Sep 3 2012
 
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http://forum.videolan.org/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=103803
Meanwhile here is a patch for extended [E] tag for manual input of constant fps information to convert time to frames, e.g. [E23.976]. Tip: [E1] means time in seconds.
There is also a new tag [N] - new/next line.
- insert following line before line 115>local elapsed_time = string.format(... Quote:
local et = elapsed_time
- insert following lines right before line 125>return osd_output Quote:
local osd_output = string.gsub(osd_output, "%[N%]", "\n")
local fps=tonumber(string.match(osd_output,"%[E(.-)%]"))
if fps~=nil then osd_output = string.gsub(osd_output, "%[E.-%]", math.floor(et * fps)) end


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 Re: Re: Needs fractional time display

 
 by Nietha on: Apr 3 2014
 
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for people that are not programmers like me and need explicit instructions... change line 91 to

Quote:
local elapsedSecond = elapsed_time % 60


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 Elapsed/Remaining/Total

 
 by jayaprakash on: Dec 29 2012
 
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Good...
How can display the play time of video/music file on the screen in the format of Elapsed/Remaining/Total.
And have to adjust the display font and its size.
Is it possible?


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 Re: Elapsed/Remaining/Total

 
 by mederi on: Dec 31 2012
 
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Please, press HELP button and read red and yellow parts.
Then just write some new time pattern "[E]/[R]/[D]" or just edit the predefined one. You can also edit the extension script to add some new predefined pattern in the drop-down list and/or to set your favourite pattern as the default one.
To change the look of time, change subtitle settings in VLC preferences.
This extension shows time in a played video. Some future version of this extension can show time also for music files in the dialog box as a video is not available.


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 Re: Re: Elapsed/Remaining/Total

 
 by jayaprakash on: Jan 1 2013
 
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Thank you very much!
I tried as you guided.
It is working very well.


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 SHOW THE TIME ONLY IN SECONDS

 
 by jayaprakash on: Jan 6 2013
 
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May I know the setting to show the time only in seconds?
Because to create custom playlist it requires time only in seconds. If it could get the time in seconds, the process can be make little bit faster.


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 Re: SHOW THE TIME ONLY IN SECONDS

 
 by mederi on: Jan 7 2013
 
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Please read carefully my posts above here to add some extra lines of code in the script. Then [E1] tag will be elapsed time in seconds. To edit the script you can use simple text editor like Notepad in Windows, but I recommend you to use Notepad++ that you can find on Internet.


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