Video chasing time code
is there a version for the win world too?
or is it another way which is only for apple users.
if someone knows a reliable mtc generator software for win, please tell us.
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Do you need to start with ltc? You can generate mtc from most daws. There are also a lot of hardware ltc to mtc boxes like this http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item.view&id=161765936478&globalID=EBAY-AU&alt=web
Thanks for the info.I tested all this a while back and I for found that the MTC Movie locker didn't run the video at full speed. The video was a little stepped and audio stopped outputting. If I take Izzy out of chase mode video looks fine and audio is present.Still useable for non critical video.
Here's the setup.
Also, It's not 100% chasing. If I drag LTC around the video never chases. It's more of a time code triggering start and stop.It's still a good and useable tool, though.
Now that the movie player can run in a time code is this the best practice for locking to time code?
MTC Reader - Timecode Calculator - Movie Player (timecode mode/ 0 play speed) position - Contrast Adjust - user actor with 5 projectors with several izzy mapped sections.
I am unfortunately experiencing frequent crashes when jumping around in rehearsal
1 movie HAP 3840x1600 - 5 projectors
MacPro Late 2013, AMD Firepro D300 2GB, Mojave
hi Cristopher (not by accident Christopher from Qlab?) What is the main timecode source? Is the frame rate the same as the video framerate?
Please open a support ticket using the link in my signature
@barneybroomer Apologies for the delay. I had my notifications set incorrectly. Time code source is Midi Time Code from Qlab. The system is disassembled now, but I believe we were matching appropriately.