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karlis

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    Freelance audio nerd. Location sound and post production.
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  1. Thanks for the answer! As a camera hop it would mean always telling the editor/post to drag the sound ~20ms back on the scratch track before syncing it up with the recorder audio, which would probably surprise a crew member if not annoy them. As an IEM it would mean that a director would get 40ms delayed audio from the source (if Deity is used for both going in and out of the recorder), which would probably render them nervous and confused why the monitor/sound is not in sync (40ms = 1frame@25fps). On set nobody really cares about what gear you use, things have to go fast and smooth, nobo
  2. Yes ok, but this thread is about Deity announcing a new product that touts features like Camera hop/IEM/TC -- features that aren't primarily associated with videographers. They already had Tx's and Rx's and a XLR plug-on Tx before this product.
  3. It's been documented that it's possible to link two DuoRX's together. My question rather lies in what Deity's concept is for a full soundbag solution using only their products. Seems infeasible if there's around 40ms of latency combined.
  4. I've got a question about latency. If I'm using the Deity wireless system for my incoming signal and then my outgoing signal (camera hop) from my recorder, do I have an effective latency of 38ms (19ms x 2) going into the camera?
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