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The following data types are supported in CUT file tags.
|f||Floating point number. These can be always expressed as a fraction of two integers. For example: -147.244|
|s||Sequence of ASCII characters. These can include both letters and numbers. For example: abcdef_12345-ABCDEF|
|tc||Encoded timing format. Format: “hh:mm:ss:ff” where hh=hours, mm=minutes, ss=seconds, and ff=frames. For example: 01:23:45:23|
|kk||Film-based timing format. Format: “TT PPPP FFFF+OO” where TT=film type, PPPP=prefix, FFFF=feet frames, and OO=offset. For example: KI 120863 7624+07|
|u||Unsigned integer. These are the positive numbers, and are usually stored in 32-bit. For example: 1|
|i64||64-bit integer. These can be positive or negative numbers, and are usually stored in 64-bit. For example: -7846238974878347|
If you want to use an integer, do not specify a data type.