Step-By-Step User Guide
First things first, confirm your frame rate, in this case, I’m using 23.98.
Note that the frame rate in the menu is not the true frame rate the device captures.
Here is a quick conversion chart to help you out.
On the TC-1, I have my mode set to auto, so it’ll follow my master unit which is a TC-SL1.
Now, scroll over to the frame rate section and match it to the camera.
Next, scroll over to the out type section and select “L-Out.”
To connect the TC-1 to your Pocket 3, you will need a Deity C21 cable.
Before plugging in your TC-1, swipe down on the home screen of the pocket and select the settings menu.
Scroll down and select the timecode menu.
Here you can see the true frame rate your device is capturing in the top right.
Now, connect the TC-1 to update the Pocket 3’s internal clock.
Remove the TC-1 for scratch audio or to add an external microphone. Keep the TC-1 powered on for later use though.
The Osmo is an exception, Keep THE TC-1 connected on other devices.
The internal clock of the Pocket 3 will lose sync after a few hours so repeat the jamming process every so often.
Luckily, you can power down the camera for a very short amount of time without losing timecode sync.
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