In 18R2 Controller firmware version 5.0.3 (alpha release), the user is not required to start the script as the receiving of the SMPTE timecode is enough to start the script. In 18R2 firmware version 5.1 or higher, the user must start the script by pressing the trigger button on the trigger channel. At this point, PAU will display on the 18R2, and the script will begin once the SMTPE timecode is received.
Articles in this section
- Does COBRA offer a SMPTE sample file?
- Can I upgrade my 18R2 to support SMPTE time code input?
- What is the difference between the timecode1 and timecode2 script argument value?
- How does COBRA react if the SMPTE time code stops or is lost while the show is running?
- Can I start my show if my script contains timecode, but the SMPTE is not working?
- Do I need to press the trigger button first before receiving SMPTE time code for the script to start?
- How do you pause a show running SMPTE?
- What does the SMPTE time code quality feed represent?
- Does COBRA work with the FireOne TimeMachine?
- Does COBRA support MIDI?
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