Fokke van Saane

If you like i can have a look at your clips if you send me some in which the problem occurs. And it would be good if you tell me step by step your workflow, especially in DaVinci.

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Maybe the start time or frame rate of the Resolve project is the issue? (just guessing) What happens if you export an FCP7 xml?

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I've once seen a photo, taken with an DSLR with a short shutter time, of, i think, five or six timecode slates by different brands. iPads, iPhones, but also real expensive TC slates. A lot of them where...

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Tentacle Support is not often on this forum; it is a users-helping-users forum. I am often here, but although i did some Premiere editing, i am not very skilled in that area. Your report is nice detailed....

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How handy it would have been if the SyncE could supply the power for the mic by himself.

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Hello Johan, From the manual: The built-in microphone can only be used, when working at mic levels with plugin power switched on at camera side. So, yes, the mic needs power from the camera. Can...

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Is this a question for the Tentacle Forum or for a XC10 forum? I don't know the XC10 at all. i just googled it. The tip of the 3.5mm plug on the SyncE is timecode, the ring is the build in microphone....

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The tip of the 3.5 mm jack on the Tentacle is Timecode out and should be used to connect to the Zoom; that has "tip" for timecode input. The "ring" on the tentacle is build in mic audio output and should...

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I understand your issue. If you don't need the audio outside of the video boundaries you can export as synchronised files instead of an FCPXML. Yes, it is double data this way. Maybe there are other solutions...

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Timecode (LTC) is not white noise. But i agree it is not a pleasant sound. The Zoom has no dedicated TC input, so you have to use an audio track to put timecode on. If you cannot process the files before...

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