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greg
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This weekend will be my first using clipstore. My question is how similiar is this to a lance/fastforward? Is there an interface box like the lance or a dnf or is the switcher talking directly to the clipstore? I will be on a kalypso HD, I believe it is hooked up with pbus. thanks for the info

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greg
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Mike, Thanks Steve A called me today, he is in the truck doing tonights game... It is 9.
Mike Cumbo
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Greg, there isn't one that goes there specifically. You might get any of the trucks.
greg
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thanks for the info guys... Mike it is a Mobile tv group truck (not sure which one) Do you know which one usually travels to philly? greg
Bill D
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[quote="greg"]I read that post and it was loaded with information but was still unsure if a lance controls or if it runs directly off the switcher on most trucks (that is how our disk recorder in house communicates but requires a timecode entry to recall video clips) After reading it a second time I guess it could run either way, Maybe I should check with the truck company. greg[/quote] Greg it can be controlled through a lance (only in bvw mode) meaning one long clip. It can also talk directly to the switcher through P-bus. In this mode you really need to create clips. I don't believe there is anyway to cue things up through the P-bus to a set time code.. Bill
Mike Cumbo
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Greg, If you are using one of the Mobile Television Group trucks then you have a Lance.
greg
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I read that post and it was loaded with information but was still unsure if a lance controls or if it runs directly off the switcher on most trucks (that is how our disk recorder in house communicates but requires a timecode entry to recall video clips) After reading it a second time I guess it could run either way, Maybe I should check with the truck company. greg
Bill D
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Greg, Check out this post in this forum... Clipstore talks P-bus directly. Whether the truck has a lance or dnf it will depend, I would contact the truck company. There is a lot of good info in this forum I think check out some other posts http://editsuite.com/new/viewtopic.php?id=634 Bill