- July 30, 2010 at 4:43 pm
I’m digitizing a tape and taking time code from a betacam BVW75. Is there a setting that will allow the file created to follow those time code breaks? It seems that once I roll a 60 minute tape with multipe time code breaks, I only get the initial time code and it lays down time code as if it were in free run.
- July 31, 2010 at 3:17 pm
Sorry, no. You will have to do this manually like you would with anything else. The file will not won’t/can’t write in different non-continuos tc. You will have to break this up in to multiple ‘takes’ to follow the tc breaks.
- August 1, 2010 at 3:36 pm
[Manuel Garcia] “I’m digitizing a tape and taking time code from a betacam BVW75. Is there a setting that will allow the file created to follow those time code breaks? “
if you are looking for the KiPro to handle creating subclips?
it cannot be done via analog.
If you had a digital (HDSDI) deck, you set up the KiPro as you would for recording from a camera, turing on the Arm/TC IN setting and use the Timecode over SDI RP188 then every TC break would start and stop the recording creating a new clip at every TC break.
but only in digital.
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