Difference between revisions of "Tutorial Playlists with Timecode"

From MXWendler Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 5: Line 5:
 
You can adapt the playlist to listen to timecode.  
 
You can adapt the playlist to listen to timecode.  
  
==Activate Timecode==
+
==Activating Timecode==
 
To make MXWendler listen to a timecode, you must first activate MTC Listening first '''(A)''':
 
To make MXWendler listen to a timecode, you must first activate MTC Listening first '''(A)''':
  
Line 15: Line 15:
 
[[File:18_S45.png|728px]]
 
[[File:18_S45.png|728px]]
 
{{#mpdftags: pagebreak}}
 
{{#mpdftags: pagebreak}}
 
+
==Using Timecode==
 
 
 
MXWendler now receives MTC timecode. To use the timecode in the playlist, you must enter the timecodes in the playlist.
 
MXWendler now receives MTC timecode. To use the timecode in the playlist, you must enter the timecodes in the playlist.
  

Revision as of 10:35, 25 March 2020

This tutorial applies to all different OS and MXWendler versions.

Introduction

You can adapt the playlist to listen to timecode.

Activating Timecode

To make MXWendler listen to a timecode, you must first activate MTC Listening first (A):

1. Enable a Midi Device:

Settings → IO → Midi General → Devices → restart

2. Enable MTC Listening:

Settings → IO → Midi General → MTC → restart (Sync Time to MTC is not required for this function)

18 S45.png

Using Timecode

MXWendler now receives MTC timecode. To use the timecode in the playlist, you must enter the timecodes in the playlist.

1. Open the Playlist Tab.
2. Double-click on the left-most column, the 'Comment Column'.
3. Enter a timecode such as 00:00:00:01 (hh:mm:ss:frame). (B)

The playlist now responds to MTC. Follow these rules when using MTC:

You do not have to enter MTC in each playlist row
You can freely mix timecodes, meaning that earlier times can appear later in the playlist

Timecode.PNG