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   * **Sample Index** contains the index of the current sample, which will be greater than zero when the composition is being rendered multiple times per frame. This occurs when the plug-in supports motion blur and the user has chosen to turn the feature on.   * **Sample Index** contains the index of the current sample, which will be greater than zero when the composition is being rendered multiple times per frame. This occurs when the plug-in supports motion blur and the user has chosen to turn the feature on.
   * **Samples Count** contains the total number of samples that will be rendered to generate a single output frame. This number will be 1 when motion blur is off.   * **Samples Count** contains the total number of samples that will be rendered to generate a single output frame. This number will be 1 when motion blur is off.
 +  * **Drop Frame Timecode** output is true if the current frame rate is 29.96 or 59.94 **and** the project is set to use the "drop frame" rule derived from NTSC broadcast standards. In some hosts, this information is precisely obtained through the plugin SDK, whereas in others a unique [[timecode_format|Timecode Format]] parameter must be added to allow the user to match the project setting.
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 ^FxFactory Timing Info contains a number of deprecated outputs. As of FxFactory version 7, these outputs are no longer populated with useful values during a render. Plug-ins can no longer rely on these outputs.^ ^FxFactory Timing Info contains a number of deprecated outputs. As of FxFactory version 7, these outputs are no longer populated with useful values during a render. Plug-ins can no longer rely on these outputs.^
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