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  1. Hi folks. I'm a relative noob to the world of timecode, but have a lot of experience with field recording. I just got my hands on a MixPre-6 II and I have a question: My Panasonic GH5 (not GH5s) has an internal TC generator and it can output HDMI TC. So I was hoping I could connect the two via HDMI, jam-sync the MixPre to the GH5, disconnect, and keep them in sync at least for awhile. But LTC is the only jam-sync source in the MixPre UI. I'm curious if anybody with more experience could help me understand why? (In my case it would save me a tentacle sync box and some more post work if I c
  2. Hi, i‘m looking For a way to sync the Tc of a mix pre 6 to a 788t, or the other way around. (or if there’s another way but tc I would be interested to). i guess I need a tc generator that will feed both... right? Or can the 788 give out its internal tc and I can feed it into the mix pre 6? which solutions are out there? all I want is to have these both units in perfect sync to each other later in the post. (No picture in the workflow! Just the 2 machines.) 788 and mixpre are right beside each other.. so no Wireless really needed... thanks!
  3. Sound Devices has announced a new firmware update for the new MixPre recorders. You can get it here: https://www.sounddevices.com/support/downloads/mixpres-firmware To install the update, please first format the card in the MixPre by going to Menu > SD Card > Edit > Format. Then load the .prg file to the card, and go to Menu > System > Update Firmware. It should take about a minute to reboot.
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