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Hey Guys! Question about timecode that has been recorded onto a nonlinear digital audio track via a recorder's analog mic/line input! I am entertaining the thought of sending timecode to a Zoom H4n recorder with a lockit box. But wonder if done correctly, can this prove to be a hassle anyway for editors in decoding the TC? I am sure retrieving timecode from an audio track can be done, but is it always an easy process for the editor? Can decoding timecode always be done with little issue on Pro-Tools, AVID, Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, etc? Or does retrieving timecode from an audio track require extra work such as searching the net for the right decoder plug-in program to do the job? Just seeing if timecode onto an audio track is standard enough to submit to an editor for any given occasion. The H4n would sit in my soundbag strictly as a secondary recording to HOPs. For the sake of conversation, I do know the 552 is an option, but I really like my current mixer. Opinions appreciated. Thanks!