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  1. PTA


    Definitely, I don’t mean to cast judgement. It was meant to be more of a praise to autotrim and how quick it can be on a multichannel shoot. 🙂 We will wait and see how the new method works in the real world.
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    I kind of agree with you, depending on what channel you are trying to adjust and where you are starting from, it could be quite a few button pushes. As far as I understand it, you have to push the trim button once to access trim for 1-5, a second time for 6-10, etc. You then would have to push the fader button again to get to 1-5 faders, and a second time to get to 6-10, and so forth.
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    I'm not 100% sure how it works, but it sounded like you would have to push the trim button to access trim control on the encoders. If you wanted trim 5, you would twist the 5th knob, if you needed to access trim 6, you would have to hit the trim button again to access 6-10. I think this is how it works, but again I'm not totally sure. Please correct me if I'm wrong. But if that is the case, it does seem a bit more cumbersome to access than autotrim in my opinion, but maybe not. One might just have to get used to it. I do remember initially when autotrim was released, I wasn't sure if I was going to like it compared to having a physical gain knob. It turns out I think autotrim turned into one of the quickest and easiest ways to access gain control, even over a physical knob. On the other hand there is the example of virtual faders, which were just too cumbersome and difficult to access on the fly in a multicast or reality situation. That is why I gravitated toward the FP8.All of this is just my personal experience with these things. I think autotrim was a great advance over physical faders and I'm a little sad to see it go, but hopefully it is for a new and better way.
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    I'm really hoping Zaxcom doesn't get rid AutoTrim! It is so useful and fast.
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    Post band pass and post amp, I hope.
  6. PTA


    I would love to hear your findings when everything finally ships!
  7. PTA


    I’m curious how well the wireless performs in Nova in comparison to whips on QRX 200s and also to QRXs with Micplexer, both whips and dipoles. Time will tell!
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    Is autotrim gone?
  9. I agree too. I don’t think I’ll be using this card anymore either way. Better safe than sorry. I’ll try the formatting thing just out of curiosity. The card formats properly in the 633 though.
  10. I get that it could fix bad sectors, but I don’t see how it could ‘identify’ issues the card may have.
  11. Just curious how this would help identify any issues with the card?
  12. Interesting. Thanks for the info!
  13. Interesting. How often did it happen if you remember?
  14. Not too old, San Disk Extreme 64 GB, 120mb/sec, UDMA 7. I'm hoping that is it and not my machine, but I'm used to hearing that bad cards usually result in a corrupted file in general, not noise on a track. But I could be wrong, and I hope I am.
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