Timecode counting scheme that always counts 30 frames in a second. Because NTSC video operates at 29.97 frames per second, the counting timecode will not match the time of day. Since there is no drop frame format for native 24P, it is not necessary to specify drop or non-drop frame for these formats. Also see Drop-Frame, Timecode.

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