How does tentacle sync work?

How does tentacle sync work?

Our Tentacle SYNC E device work with every DSRL camera that has at least a 3.5mm jack microphone input. If your camera is able record a stereo signal, the Tentacle devices will send the Audio Timecode to the left channel and the sound of the built-in reference microphone to the right channel.

How do you use tentacles?

Briefly connect Tentacle with the right adapter cable to the TC source you would like to JamSync to (e.g. Sound Devices) – it will then switch automatically over to Green-Mode. Attach the synced Tentacles to your camera and recorder using the suitablo adaptor cablos. The Tentacles will stay in sync at least 24 hrs.

How do I set up tentacle sync?

Bluetooth connection Tentacle SYNC E and mobile devices

  1. Just download the Setup App for iOs or Android onto your mobile device.
  2. Enable Bluetooth.
  3. Open the App.
  4. Turn on your Tentacle.
  5. Select Bluetooth.
  6. Press > Add new Tentacle.
  7. Hold your Tentacle close to the phone, so they link and the App will tell you Success.

What is camera time code?

What is timecode? Timecode is an important form of production metadata, which if used correctly can save productions time and money. How does it work? Each frame recorded is assigned a specific timecode, allowing editors to find a particular frame across multiple camera and audio sources by referencing this number.

What is a time code generator?

Time Code Generators do just what the name says; they generate time code for video and audio devices. Time Code Readers “read” and display the electronic time code signal. Many devices do both. The Ambient ACC-501 is a highly-accurate portable master clock and time code generator/reader.

What is the difference between an arm and a tentacle?

What’s the difference between an arm and a tentacle? Arms, like those on an octopus, have suction cups the entire length of the limb. Tentacles only have suction cups near the end of the limb.

How many tentacle syncs do I need?

With one Tentacle per camera or sound recorder you only need to synchronize once a day. When the Tentacles are fully charged, setup and connected correctly to the recording devices you will have the most convenient and reliable timecode synchronicity for up to 24 hours in one go.

What is time code used for?

Time Code: Introduction. Time code, sometimes known as SMPTE time code or SMPTE code, is an electronic signal which is used to identify a precise location on time-based media such as audio or video tape or in digital systems.

What is the usage of time code?

A timecode (alternatively, time code) is a sequence of numeric codes generated at regular intervals by a timing synchronization system. Timecode is used in video production, show control and other applications which require temporal coordination or logging of recording or actions.