Each menu allows further customisation of your Denecke TS-TCB Slate.
Choose from three settings:
- Int Gen. From here you can set your own T/C, user bits and FPS settings, as the ‘master clock’ on set.
- Ext RF (cont). Constantly jam syncs the internal generator from the received T/C via another TCB device in RF TX mode. If the slate loses signal, the T/C output continues using the internal generator until the signal is received again.
- Ext LTC (cont). Constantly jam syncs the internal generator from the received T/C via the LEMO 5 socket. If the External TC source is removed, the T/C output continues via internal generator immediately. Use this to ‘Jam’ to external timecode.
- Set TimeCode. Turn to set flashing digits, press to enter, repeat for each pair.
- Set User Bits. Turn to set flashing digits, press to enter, repeat for each pair.
- Set FPS. Set to 25, 23.976, 24, 29.97, 29.97DF, 30 or 30DF.
From here select:
- Channel no. 1 to 14
- RF TX On/Off. When in Internal or Ext LTC mode the Denecke TS-TCB Slate can transmit its SMPTE timecode data via RF to any other TCB product listening on the same channel.
- RX UBits On/Off. When On the unit will display and output the UserBits received via RF. If Off the unit will display and output its own UserBits set.
- B:Link. For future use.
Unlocks Wi-Fi enabled features including wireless streaming of timecode to Timecode Buddy: app, Adobe LiveLogger app and the MovieSlate 8 logging app:
- Turn On/Off. When on allows you to restart the Wi-Fi network if needed.
- Network Type. Select ‘Soft AP’ for normal iOS app connection/TS-TCB: web view, ‘Network’ to connect to a known network with internet access to update firmware.
- ID No. Give your Denecke TS-TCB: Slate its own SSID name* (choose a number from 001 to 254). *Every Denecke TS-TCB on set needs to be given a different SSID to avoid network clashes.
- Set Brightness. Allows you to change the level of brightness from 1 through to 8. (8 being the brightest)
Gives you access to:
- Set country/area. Set to Europe/UK, USA/CA/AU or Japan.
- Restore defaults. To remove any customisation.
- Set passcode. Choose a passcode to allow access to settings changes from Timecode Buddy: app or MovieSlate 8 app. Default passcode is 1111.
- Update Check. Checks to see if any updates are available (only visible when Wi-Fi is set to network mode and connected).