To create a timecode workflow, you will need to attach a Timecode Systems product to each recording device. To choose the best device for your needs use our Product Finder or follow the steps below.
Choose the right product:
- Does the recording device have a timecode input?
- Use an UltraSync ONE or :pulse.
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- Are you using a GoPro HERO4 or GoPro HERO6?
- Use the appropriate SyncBac PRO.
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- Can your device accept timecode over Bluetooth®?
- If filming within 10m with an UltraSync BLUE, pair up to six devices with one UltraSync BLUE. For devices more than 10m apart, use one UltraSync BLUE per unit.
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- No timecode input or timecode over Bluetooth capability?
- Use an UltraSync ONE to record timecode on to the audio track, and convert using the Video Tool Shed LTC Convert
Set up your sync workflow:
- Choose a timecode master generator:
- Use a :pulse to open up access to the BLINK Hub app for monitoring and control features.
- Use the :pulse, or UltraSync ONE if an external timecode input is being used.
- If neither access to the BLINK Hub, nor an external LTC input is required, any Timecode Systems product can act as the master timecode generator and transmitter.
- Configure your receiving slave units:
- Set all other Timecode Systems units in to receiving slave mode.
- Set up your sync:
- Timecode and FPS are set on the master unit and will be transmitted to all of the receiving slave units over our long-range RF network, giving users accurate and reliable timecode with a range of 200m.
- Where relevant, genlock and wordclock settings are set on each device (whether in master or slave mode) based on the requirements of the connected external device.
- Once the green light is flashing and timecode is running on the display, you can focus on capturing great content, confident that sync is one less thing to worry about.