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Splice Pause
When
Supertrue
receives two timecode frames which are discontinuous, the
Splice Pause
function determines the length of time, in seconds, that
Supertrue
pauses before
re-locking to the timecode.
This pause is defined as
Supertrue
retaining the relevant fader level and switch status for
the timecode reference point preceding the next, discontinuous, timecode reference.
When the length of the specified pause has elapsed,
Supertrue
will revert to the fader level
and switch status of the timecode reference currently being received by the
TRG
.
A practical example would be where a multitrack tape has been spliced with 5 seconds of
material from another region of the program, causing the timecode track to briefly contain
discontinuous timecode.
In this example, setting the
Splice Pause
to 5 seconds would result in
Supertrue
retaining
the fader levels and switch status of
Point A
throughout the
B
region and resuming again
at
Point C
. The maximum value for the
Splice Pause
facility is 8 seconds.
Changing the Splice Pause Value
1. Click into the
Splice Pause
field.
2. Type the new
Splice Pause
value and press
Enter
.
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TAPE TRAVEL
A
B
C
5 Seconds
SPLICED TAPE
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