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FrameCalculator 1.01

Convert the result time value of your calculation into disk space usage


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  • Last Updated: Jan 7, 2009
  • License: Shareware $25
  • OS: Mac OS X
  • Requirements: For Mac OS X 10.3.9 or higher

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FrameCalculator is a Business software developed by Pomfort. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for FrameCalculator:

EditByBrothersoft: With FrameCalculator you can convert the result time value of your calculation into Disk Space Usage or transfer time for a selected image format (e.g. "2k-resolution in 10bit color depth and 1.85:1 format") and network connection (e.g. "1 GB Ethernet"). FrameCalculator tells you how many Giga- or Terabytes of data this would approximately be and how long a transfer of this data will take over the given network connections.

In addition to that you can estimate the footage of film that would be needed for the given result for different film materials
With the Pomfort FrameCalculator we introduce powerful expression-based calculations to the world of timecodes. Expression-based means that you don't have to enter your calculation linearly step by step: Enter a full expression representing your calculation into the FrameCalculator - it will be interpreted on the fly as you type - including highlighting of syntactic errors (e.g. missing closing Brackets).

Within an expression you can

add and subtract timecodes and Frame numbers,
multiply timecodes with rational numbers,
divide timecodes into fractions,
use brackets for grouping of sub-expressions and
convert timecodes to frame numbers and back.
you can free download FrameCalculator 1.01 now.


Please be aware that Brothersoft do not supply any crack, patches, serial numbers or keygen for FrameCalculator,and please consult directly with program authors for any problem with FrameCalculator.