On 11/17/10 05:59, Eric Steinberg wrote:
It uses a JACK audio-port and decodes the timecode from the audio
signal. Decoding is done with http://ltcsmpte.sourceforge.net/
Let me know if you need more information.
- get a test LTC signal: http://rg42.org/_media/wiki/ltctst01.wav
- launch JACK
- start `xjadeo -K -l somevideo.avi` (use a video >=6 min duration)
or use qjadeo and choose 'LTC' from the 'sync' menu.
- play ltctst01.wav using a JACK audio player and connect
it to the xjadeo-ltc input. e.g.
`mplayer -ao jack:port=xjadeo-ltc ltctst01.wav`
-> with this test file the video plays from 00:05:21:22 to 00:05:41:15
If you have a hardware device that can generate LTC (camera or LTC
timecode generator): connect it to the audio interface.
Testing this would be very much appreciated. Suggestions are welcome, too.
> On Fri, Nov 12, 2010 at 10:42 AM, Robin Gareus wrote: