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    Chris Christian commented  · 

    Here is the feature list from LTC Convert (we pretty much either have to use it or Tentacle Sync):
    1) It decodes LTC if present on one of the audio channels.
    2) It can merge BWF files with QT video, based on source or AUX tc tracks. (And of course the
    BWF TC)
    3) Option to export PP / FCP XML of synced clips
    4) Option to re-wrap clips to Quicktime, if needed with external audio
    5) Option to export to ProRes, if needed with external audio
    6) Option to alter the TC of the original QT's
    7) Option to alter corresponding BWF files so their timestamp matches source TC instead of
    audio TC
    8) Batch processing of multiple clips

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    Chris Christian commented  · 

    PLEASE ADD THIS!!! Yes Resolve and Media Composer already do this. It is more common to be on set with camera's that don't have TC built in (the kind you can jam TC into), so LTC has really taken off to solve that problem. Solutions from Tentacle (Sync and Sync E) and TCS/Atomos (UltraSync One), etc; are bringing TC via LTC on one channel of the audio track into camera's that in the past didn't have sync'able TC.
    But we have to process that externally in LTC Convert or Tentacles Sync software

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    Chris Christian commented  · 

    LTC sometimes referred to as Audio Timecode by some NLE's that already support this, is huge. With all of the DSLR's showing up on shoots now, LTC is the only timecode that can be done by them, but since it has to be processed separately first. That extra step outside of Premiere is really aggravating.

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    Chris Christian commented  · 

    Yep, I use Resolve to do this step too. Technically speaking, doing this should be very straightforward and much easier to process than their wave form based sync.

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    Chris Christian commented  · 

    PLEASE ADD THIS!!! Yes Resolve and Media Composer already do this. It is more common to be on set with camera's that don't have TC built in (the kind you can jam TC into), so LTC has really taken off to solve that problem. Solutions from Tentacle (Sync and Sync E) and TCS/Atomos (UltraSync One), etc; are bringing TC via LTC on one channel of the audio track into camera's that in the past didn't have sync'able TC.
    Trying to refine my workflow as much as possible. Everytime I turn around, it seems like Davinci Resolve is ahead on things like this?

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