Set the Frame Rate Per Second for the Master - :pulse

Set the Frame Rate Per Second

Note: This section only applies if you are using your :pulse is running in Int-Gen TX mode (see Set the Timecode Mode and is being used to provide timecode to video cameras. If your :pulse is running in Ext-TC TX or Ext TC/C TX mode, it will receive the FPS value from the external timecode source (camera) and if it is running as an RF Slave, it will receive the FPS value from the master in the BLINK network.

When running in Int-Gen TX mode, your :pulse provides the timecode and frames-per-second (FPS) settings that are used by the :pulse and sent to the slaves in the BLINK network. The FPS value needs to match the FPS of the video cameras being used on the shoot, so that the timecode can be applied accurately to each frame that is recorded.

To set the FPS value in your :pulse:

  1. Switch on your :pulse unit (see Switch :pulse On and Off).

  2. Press the control knob.

  3. Turn the control knob to scroll to the TC Generator option.

  4. Press the control knob.

  5. Turn the control knob to scroll to the Set FPS option.

  6. Press the control knob.

  7. Turn the control knob to select the appropriate frame rate for your recording. You need to set the FPS to match the FPS settings of the cameras being used for filming.
  8. Press the control knob to confirm your selection.

 

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