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timecode softwar

Post by kinksid » Mon Sep 29, 2014 19:06

hi folks,
i just noticed the FOH of tomorrowland using a timecode software
it has 2 channel A to B and can get all tracks information
and i think that was very useful for vjing in smpte way
but i don't know it exactly
anyone using similarly software, any commend ?

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Re: timecode softwar

Post by drazkers » Wed Oct 01, 2014 01:50

Yah, I'm sure alot of us have been seeing it when certain guys roll through(Tiesto). Its reading the info sent from record box protocol and converting that to SMPTE. A clever gent has come up with it and sold(I've also heard rent only) it directly to large djs.

He likely isn't part of the pioneer partner program so its technically reverse engineering code, which larger companies like resolume can't blatantly do.

You can also do this with Serato and OSC. I've made a similar system that some artists have used, not as cool tho and much less polished.

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Re: timecode softwar

Post by dirtyjohn_lv » Wed Oct 01, 2014 15:19

Pretty sure they were part of the partner program at one point, which is how they have/had access to build their software.

David travel's with Fedde to larger shows that require SMPTE, otherwise they rent a macbook with the software out (i've been told they were looking into dongle licensing)


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Re: timecode softwar

Post by hive8 » Sun Oct 05, 2014 07:09

The software is from tool supply David Moor made it, it uses the advanced HID info and sends it via CAT5 to the mac from there you can get the smtpe into resolume, has some really nice features.

http://tcsupply.eu/
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Re: timecode softwar

Post by kinksid » Tue Oct 07, 2014 01:03

drazkers wrote:Yah, I'm sure alot of us have been seeing it when certain guys roll through(Tiesto). Its reading the info sent from record box protocol and converting that to SMPTE. A clever gent has come up with it and sold(I've also heard rent only) it directly to large djs.

He likely isn't part of the pioneer partner program so its technically reverse engineering code, which larger companies like resolume can't blatantly do.

You can also do this with Serato and OSC. I've made a similar system that some artists have used, not as cool tho and much less polished.

hi drazkers
yah, dose he used a CDJ2000 in front of house to reading SMPTE coming out from DJ booth through wi-fi Rekordbox/get audio from Sound console? and i notice Preference-Audio option have Left/Right how does Resolume get 2 SMPTE signal? i find Serato and OSC is a way too and will try it out, can you tell me how to set it?

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Re: timecode softwar

Post by kinksid » Tue Oct 07, 2014 01:19

hive8 wrote:The software is from tool supply David Moor made it, it uses the advanced HID info and sends it via CAT5 to the mac from there you can get the smtpe into resolume, has some really nice features.

http://tcsupply.eu/

thank you
if it be embeded in Arena should be sweet.but i think use a cdj2000 and a mac to setup seem a little complex for vj.

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Re: timecode softwar

Post by aftermathematic » Mon May 22, 2017 14:32

Stumbled upon this thread after looking for a method to achieve a good sync between CDJ's and Resolume (through SMPTE).
Is there a way I can contact David Moor to get more info about his method? I'm very interested in using this. Currently I'm playing tracks that have the audio on the left channel and the smpte on the right, but looking for another method that allows me to keep my music in stereo format.
Thanks!

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Re: timecode softwar

Post by drazkers » Mon May 22, 2017 16:23

You don't contact him directly anymore. You go through sales on the website now. It costs on a monthly basis about avenue for perpetuity.

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Re: timecode softwar

Post by Arvol » Tue May 23, 2017 02:48

Alan Walker and Dillon Francis had in there setup. Bassnectar has his own proprietary SMPTE setup as well.
I'm more of a MIDI triggering via DAW person myself, but I dig the TCSupply app for those DJ's that like to wing it without a setlist, makes knowing what's up next a must have for touring peeps.

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Re: timecode softwar

Post by drazkers » Tue May 23, 2017 03:49

dinga wrote:Bassnectar has his own proprietary SMPTE setup as well.
They are using touch designer and a version of V-squared's epic for video. Smalley isn't using SMPTE i believe.

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