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Hi,

I want to make sure I'm interpreting output correctly.

View \ Time Display Format is set to 'Time of Day' and 'milliseconds'

I also have a 'Delta Time' column with the field set for 'frame.time_delta'

Reviewing the trace, there are 'Delta Times' showing 0.205284770, 0.206425460 which I interpret as 205ms & 206ms.

There are large entries such as 21.546111330 & 30.960526450 which I interpret as 21,000ms & 30,000ms?

asked 05 Jul '17, 05:39

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The decimal point always remains fixed between seconds and tenths of seconds. So 0.205xxx is 205.xxx milliseconds, and 21.546xxx is 21 seconds and 546.xxx milliseconds.

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answered 05 Jul '17, 07:31

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Sindy,

Thank you for confirming.

(05 Jul '17, 09:38) drs

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