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5:21 PM Time Code and Synchronization Time Code and Synchronization
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5:21 PM Time Code and Synchronization Time Code and Synchronization ! Synchronization is operating two unrelated audio/visual machines together as one. ! Early synchronization was achieved through sprocket projectors and dubbers.
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5:21 PM Introduction Introduction ! Introduction; SMPTE Time Code Introduction; SMPTE Time Code ! ! Digitizing Picture Digitizing Picture ! Syncing to Other Sources Syncing to Other Sources ! SFX; Workspace Browser SFX; Workspace Browser ! Intro to Music Editing Intro to Music Editing ! Grouping Grouping
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5:21 PM Introduction Introduction ! 5.1 Mixing and Stems 5.1 Mixing and Stems ! Quick Keys and Scoring Quick Keys and Scoring Playlists Playlists ! Control Surface Automation and Control Surface Automation and Mixing Mixing ! Review Projects Review Projects
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5:21 PM Time Code and Synchronization Time Code and Synchronization ! Technological developments in film and audio move in different directions and produce equipment that is different. Mag, video tape, analog audio (2,4,8,16,24 track), digital audio (ADAT, DA-88,Genex, 3348) ! Time code is the current method of synchronizing different machines. .
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5:21 PM Time Code and Synchronization Time Code and Synchronization ! Initial synchronization was needed for 2 or more machines that use motors to project or hear media ! Time code is still the current method of synchronizing different machines, analog or digital
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5:21 PM Where and How Fast? Where and How Fast? ! The two important elements of synchronization are: Where in the linear time frame do we want synchronization to begin. How fast should each machine be playing . ! Master/Slave The media on the Master machine will provide the reference machine for both Master and Slave machines. ! The reference is in the form of time code.
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5:21 PM Time Code Time Code ! Description: – Standardized frame identification used in video editing. – Electronic indexing method used for editing and timing video programs. – Time code denotes hours, minutes, seconds and frames elapsed on a videotape.
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5:21 PM Time Code Time Code ! Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) 1967. – 24-hour digital clock with 2,592,000 location points
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2010 for the course MUIN 486 taught by Professor Charlesgutierrez during the Fall '10 term at USC.

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Time Code Show v2 - Time Code and Synchronization 5:21 PM...

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