Roadhog 4 Timecode

sanderdegraafsanderdegraaf Registered User
i'v got 2 LTC widgets (the blue ones) and they worked every time i use them on a roadhog or wholehog III. But now i've converted a show from Roadhog to Roadhog 4 and LTC widget is not working or the console can't handle the timecode.

LTC widget is reconized by the console, i can choose the LTC widget from TC source's but the timecode-clock won't run. When i use the little lamp-icon next tot the widget ( in Setup > Control Panel > System Info) the LED's on the TC are flashing en it gives its serial. Bu tno timecode reading in de clock.

Help anyone??

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  • sanderdegraafsanderdegraaf Registered User
    edited March 2013
    Problem solved, in Hog 4 you have to enable Timecode widgets in the DMX Processor Settings window. (Setup > Network > DMX Processor)

    Anoying thing that happens when you enable the "View Timecode" option, it covers the "Settings" buttons in the network window.
  • Michael_GrahamMichael_Graham Registered User, Super Moderator, HES Staff
    edited March 2013
    Sander

    You are correct TC setup is now done on within the DMX settings.
    The reason for this is you can now plug in a TC widget into the DP8K and run TC over the network. We did this as we no long support the IOP.
  • sinclairsinclair Registered User, Hog Beta
    edited March 2013
    Michael

    Will you eventually be adding the ability to run MIDI notes and/or MSC over the network via MIDI/LTC widgets connected to a DP8K?

    Gideon
  • xp677xp677 Registered User
    edited March 2013
    sinclair wrote: »
    Michael

    Will you eventually be adding the ability to run MIDI notes and/or MSC over the network via MIDI/LTC widgets connected to a DP8K?

    Gideon

    This would be very useful, given the limitations on the maximum length of MIDI cables.
  • Michael_GrahamMichael_Graham Registered User, Super Moderator, HES Staff
    edited March 2013
    Gideon / Tom

    I'm sorry but MIDI will only be supported when connected to the console.
    This has to do with some of the limitations of MIDI and is one of the reasons we implemented OSC.
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