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  1. DHuard

    Ursa Pro Mini AES not working

    I am newer..... and have a SD633 and ursa Pro. I have heard of AES but can someone tell me the benefit of using AES?
  2. DHuard

    SD 633 question channel 4.5.6 issue

    I am using MCR42 receivers. Getting into the menus has lots of options.... any help would be greatly appreciated !!
  3. I have a SD633 and a couple wisycom receivers. When I use channels 1.2 or 3 there are no issues but... when I start using channels 4,5,6 I am having troubling raising the trim up high enough. When I try and turn up the trim on those channels it only goes up to 16db and does not get high enough as compared to the first 3 channels. I am fairly new but is there a setting in my receiver that will help increase the trim ?
  4. DHuard

    Canon C100 timecode synch

    I think I can answer my own question..... The C100 does not accept external time code. http://soundrolling.com/timecode/list-timecode-popular-cameras/
  5. I am working with a new camera next week... Does anyone have any experience doing a timecode synch with a C100?? What cable is needed? I will be using a SD633 a TIG Q28 to synch Thank you !
  6. excellent links... I have been watching all of those videos and learning more each day. Thank you
  7. Excellent. Thank you for your replies. I do more run and gun stuff but when I do more static shoots having a direct feed to the camera seems to be a better option since it “should” be better than a wireless signal ??!! I have the 633, regarding what is routed to the output.... if I want the mix going out what should I have it set to I’m fairly new to the 633. Thabk you
  8. Question.... when I do a direct feed via a snake from the mixer to the camera, what is actually recorded to the camera ? Is it the mix or are any iso tracks recorded ??