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Tentacle Sync E mkII Timecode Generator with Bluetooth 5.0 (Dual Set)

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Tentacle Sync E mkII Timecode Generator with Bluetooth 5.0 (Dual Set)
Key Features
  • 2 x Timecode Generator Units
  • 2 x Sync Software Licenses (macOS)
  • iOS/Android App Bluetooth 5.0 Control
  • Locking 3.5mm Tentacle Cable Clamp
The Tentacle Sync E mkII Timecode Generator dual set pairs two lightweight, super-compact Sync E mk2 timecode generators with two downloadable Tentacle Sync Studio software licenses (macOS). These updates to the Tentacle Sync E feature Bluetooth 5.0 setup and battery management improvements. Designed for vlogging, events, multicamera setups, and post-syncing, the Sync E mkII can generate any SMPTE timecode or jam-sync to an external timecode source.
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Can I sync a Logic session through UAD Apollo?

Can I sync a Logic session through UAD Apollo?
Asked by: Craig
You can use the Tentacle Sync E mkII Timecode Generator with Bluetooth 5.0 (Dual Set) (B&H# TETE2MK2) to add a timecode signal to a single audio track. That can be fed into many devices that produce or modify audio, whether that is your computer using a DAW, a camera, or a field recorder. If you are using the Universal Audio Apollo Solo Heritage Edition Desktop 2x4 Thunderbolt 3 Audio Interface with SOLO Core Real-Time UAD Processing (B&H# UNAPLSHE) then you will first need to have a means of inputting an audio track into your DAW so that all of the tracks may be read (including the one with the timecode) simultaneously.
Answered by: Yoni
Date published: 2022-07-20

Can this unit handle 60 or 120 fps? If not, is ...

Can this unit handle 60 or 120 fps? If not, is there a product that can?
Asked by: Philip
No, the Tentacle Sync E mkII Timecode Generator with Bluetooth 5.0 (Dual Set) can sync to 23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, and 30 fps only, they are not capable of syndic with 60 or 120, though most timecode generators do not support those frame rates either, as they are not relevant for audio recording. TentacleSynce recommends the following when shooting at higher frame rates, "Just use your Tentacle unit with 30 fps (29,97 fps, 25 fps), when recording 60 fps (59,94 fps, 50 fps). Our Tentacle Sync Studio software will automatically detect the difference and will recalculate the timecode for the higher frame rate. " See: https://bhpho.to/45oN2k6
Answered by: Paige K
Date published: 2023-10-10

Is this replacing the Tentacle Sync E?

Is this replacing the Tentacle Sync E?
Asked by: Lewis
It is their Mark 2 Edition, so it will eventually stand as its replacement.
Answered by: Bruno
Date published: 2022-07-11

I think Fx3 have internal timecode , do I need ...

I think Fx3 have internal timecode , do I need this?
Asked by: Mohammed
Yes, you can use Sony's VMC-BNCM1 cable to sync the internal Timecode of the FX3 to the Tentacle SYNC E.
Answered by: Tentacle
Date published: 2022-10-18

Is it possible to split stereo signal coming from ...

Is it possible to split stereo signal coming from Sync E, so I'd get only timecode in CH1 and use proper shotgun mic for CH2?
Asked by: Maro
The Tentacle Sync E mkII Timecode Generator with Bluetooth 5.0 (Dual Set) do not output a stereo signal, so if your camera has multiple inputs for audio then yes, you could rout the Sync E mkII into one of the inputs and your mic into the other. If your camera only has a single audio input then input you will not be able to use a mic along with the Tentacle Sync E mkII.
Answered by: Paige K
Date published: 2023-02-15

Is there a difference in range with this version ...

Is there a difference in range with this version and the previous version ?
Asked by: Senoga
For now, there won't be any changes in the Bluetooth range of the Tentacle SYNC E MkII compared to the MkI. The functionality will be identical with the previous version. Possibly in future, Tentacle will be able to offer an update that allows a wider range. Currently, the range is around 10-15 meters.
Answered by: Chris H
Date published: 2022-07-11

Will this sync a Ninja V recorder monitor?

Will this sync a Ninja V recorder monitor?
Asked by: David
Yes, the Tentacle Sync E can sync an Atomos Ninja V.
Answered by: Nicholas
Date published: 2022-07-11

How would this work with 4 cameras shooting ...

How would this work with 4 cameras shooting various frame rates at once + 6 external audio devices?
Asked by: Ryan
The frame rates of the cameras would have to use a common divisor. Since the SMPTE 12m broadcast standard is limited to 30fps, you need to set the cameras to a multiple of the project frame rate. For example 30fps - 60fps, or 29.97fps - 59.94fps.
Answered by: Tentacle
Date published: 2022-10-18
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