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D-Control
Gives physical interface to workstation
Components of a sound track
Dialog
Music
Effects
Main types of time code
24 frames
It is used for film in North America or Japan.
Main types of time code
24 frames
It is used for film in North America or Japan.
25 Frame (EBU)
Used in Europe.
You wish you lived in europe....
EVERYTHING is 25 frame (non- drop)
Video and film the same! 1:1 (sweet)
25 Frame (EBU)
Used in Europe.
You wish you lived in europe....
EVERYTHING is 25 frame (non- drop)
Video and film the same! 1:1 (sweet)
30 NDF
Used in audio mostly
30 frames Drop
it is for fixing odd time problems...
29.97 Non-drop
*Used for NTSC video in the U.S. and Japan
*NTSC frame RATE is 29.97 frames a second but the frame COUNT is 30.
*0.1 % slower than real time......
Not a biggie unless you are on a schedule. (like tv)
29.97 Drop
*For broadcast
*Broadcast people need time code to LOOK like actual time.
*so just drop 0.1% of the frame numbers
*Then readout will agree with real elapsed time. (on average)
29.97 drop
*so we just drop the first two frames of every minute EXCEPT the top of the hour and the tens of minutes.

*so 00, 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 ARE counted

*the first two frames of all other minutes are dropped.
In 29.97 drop can you spot a SOUND TO 00;05;00;00??
No
23.976
*24 frames per second pulled down
*HD and Film to tape transfers
Positional/Location Reference
*For maintaining constant relationship between two devices as to their PLACE IN TIME

*Timecode!
Clock Reference
Regulates SPEED of a system
Clock References
*Video Blackburst (analog video,
no picture or color)
*NTSC video (analog video with picture, less stable)
*Tri-Level (HD video)
*Word Clock (digital audio clock signal)
*LTC (analog timecode, less stable)
Clock References
*Video Blackburst (analog video,
no picture or color)
*NTSC video (analog video with picture, less stable)
*Tri-Level (HD video)
*Word Clock (digital audio clock signal)
*LTC (analog timecode, less stable)
*AES-(synching information from digital audio)
*Bi-Phase (when synching to mag)
How do you make a 2 pop? And what is it for?
1 Frame 1kHz Tone
Control > Option > Shift > 3
SMPTE Trigger only
*No word clock or house sync
*OK for something short.
Smpte trigger with word clock or house sync
This uses the usd or sync box to lock to word clock or house sync to keep playback at the same rate as other things in the system.
SMPTE with LTC resolve
Pro-tools chases incoming LTC
SMPTE resolved with SYNC i/o
*this is the 4th way.
*Sync i/o is locked time code but is clocking to house sync.....
Reference Levels
SMPTE standard:
EBU standard
SMPTE standard: -20 dbFS=0 vu
EBU standard -18 dBFS=0 vu
ADR
Automated Dialog Recording Automatic Dialog Replacement
GOT MICS?
*Usually two mics are used
*Usually a shotgon
*Use the same mic as production audio
*One mic is 2 feet from actor and slightly higher than the forehead..pointed towards the mouth
*The other is 3 to 5 feet from actor and slightly higher.
*This one is used for loud parts or different perspective.
ISDN
Integrated Services Digital Network
Diegetic
Sound Who's source is visible on screen
Non Diegetic
Sounds who's source is not visible on screen
Speaker placement on the horizontal
plane
All from listening position:
Center zero degrees Front Left and Right 30-35 Degrees
Rear Left and Right 100-120 Degrees