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  • Mon, Oct 17 2005 5:59 AM

    • pipelli
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    tc out via firewire

    tc out via firewire
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  • Mon, Oct 17 2005 6:02 AM In reply to

    • xyedit
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    Re: tc out via firewire

    Is that a question or a statement?  Confused [*-)]
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  • Mon, Oct 17 2005 7:32 AM In reply to

    • Baklap
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    Re: tc out via firewire

    let's take them both

    1: statement... Yeah cool but we have that allready....
    2: question: Yeah cool but we have that allready

    Wink [;)]

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  • Wed, Oct 19 2005 2:52 AM In reply to

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    Re: tc out via firewire

    Not exactly - I am not sure if pipelli's request is technically possible - but what we have now, is the ability to cue to a TC point and insert, assemble or re-gen the exsiting TC.

    I think what pipelli is asking for is the ability to send a specific TC out with the video that actually records as the video is laid down.

    However, I don't think the deck control codes allow for this.... (any gearheads want to confirm this?)
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  • Wed, Oct 19 2005 3:09 AM In reply to

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    Re: tc out via firewire

    If TC out via iLink...well we have it. If you mean a burn-in Real-Time....they have it on the PC side but not us....
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  • Wed, Oct 19 2005 6:40 PM In reply to

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    Re: tc out via firewire

    Really? Wow. I didn't think it was technicaly possible.
    You can actually get a stream of TC data directly from the Avid via Firewire!? Holy Crap.

    So I could pass this through a firewire TC extracter/reader? (All this time I thought the Avid only cued TC already extant on the tape - this opens some possibilities here.) Does this only happen with Digital Cut or all the time? Can you set which stream of TC is sent out (Source TC vs. Seqeunce? or Aux?)
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  • Wed, Oct 19 2005 10:45 PM In reply to

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    Angry [:@] Re: tc out via firewire

    if I set a specific tc in avid timeline, for me is impossible to transfer it from timeline to vtr (my deck always start from 00:00:00:00) and please, don't be "smart" on the answer, newbie need help, not people that think to be better than other!
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  • Wed, Oct 19 2005 11:18 PM In reply to

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    Re: tc out via firewire

    sorry if you was offended. Avid does not "write"  timecode it just uses it. That's why you have to black stripe a tape. Not being able to start at something else than 00:00:00:00 is a "problem"  of the deck guess. If you stripe it you can do it. We have a default starting time of 00:02:00:00 here so i'll rec the tape with black just over 2 minutes and i can output my tape and start excactly on 00:02:00:00

    HTH

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  • Thu, Oct 20 2005 5:01 AM In reply to

    • curiosity
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    Re: tc out via firewire

    baklap:
    That is not what glitch seems to be suggesting. I had always thought as you do, that the Avid only READS TC, but glitch seems to suggest the Avid is capeable of sending TC out.
    Glitch? Want to chime in here?
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  • Fri, Oct 21 2005 5:52 PM In reply to

    Re: tc out via firewire

    i think Glitch might have been commenting on the Timecode Plugin.

    there is a realtime pluging available, (beta version) soon to come a full-fledged version.

    drop the plugin to a filler track, and you get the sequence timecode burn. 

    apply it to the clips, and you get the source TC burn.


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