Step-By-Step User Guide
First, you need to ensure your DJI Osmo Action 3 firmware is at least v01.02.10.10 or newer.
This update contains the timecode function and can be found using the DJI Mimo app.
Next, confirm your frame rate, note that the DJI Osmo 3 menu displays the incorrect frame rates. This is confirmed by looking at the clip metadata.
⚫ 24fps = 23.98fps
⚫ 30fps = 29.97fps DROP FRAME
⚫ 60fps = 59.94fps
On your TC-1, scroll over to the frame rate section and match it to the camera.
Next, scroll over to the out type section and select “A-Out.”
To connect the TC-1 to your Osmo Action 3, you will need a USB-C to 3.5 TRS cable.
Through our testing, we had the most success with the Saramonic SR-C2001.
Once inside the timecode menu, connect the TC-1 to update the Osmo Action 3’s internal timecode.
After syncing, remove the TC-1 for scratch audio or to add an external microphone. Keep the TC-1 powered on for later use.
The internal timecode of the Osmo Action 3 will lose sync after a few hours so repeat the jamming process every so often.
Note that you can power down the camera and swap the battery without losing timecode sync.
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