I tried taking the existing rules and specifying them further down, so that it is consistent with the existing runs and for future runs, it's clear how to time. (One run had to be retimed - the one from @wanderson921wanderson921 - and is now ~0.1 seconds faster than before).
So here's a little "tutorial" of how to properly time your run.
Rule: "Timer starts on pressing the start button (last frame that "Start" is fully visible, with arrow)".
Most of the time, the transition after pressing "Start" will be easy to spot, with the "arrow" before start and incoming white pixels at the top and bottom:
It is possible though that the transition only shows up below, like this the following (in this case, please make sure to still take the frame _before_ the transition starts):
Rule: "Timing ends when last stairs are entered (first frame that Tater is not visible anymore)."
This one is really simple and easy to spot.
Calculating time between start and end frame
Now that you have the frames, how to measure the time between them?
• Youtube: You can navigate with "." and "," until you find the right frames and then put them here: https://mattbraddock.com/yt-frame-timer/
Thanks for noticing.
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