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Not exactly JACK transport does not slave to anything. jltc can generate
LTC from JACK-transport.
However there's some experimental code that reads audio from JACK,
decodes LTC and generates MTC-timecode from it:
It can be used to sync ardour via MTC to live incoming LTC.
> i haven't recently needed any such thing, so i'm not
> i don't know of anything else under linux for this sort of thing.
For post-prod I assume you don't want to sync ardour to incoming LTC but
rather want to import audio-samples into ardour at an offset given by LTC.
I had some scripts to extract the first LTC timecode [of an LTC timecode
file accompanying an audio-file] and write that into the
broadcast-header of the audio-file (which ardour understands). That
mechanism does not take variable speed LTC into account but otherwise
worked just fine. If that's what you want to do let me know and I'll go
looking for them..
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