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Time code problem

Discussion in 'Technical Issues (Archive)' started by djjasoncarroll, Mar 21, 2014.

  1. djjasoncarroll

    djjasoncarroll NI Product Owner

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    Hi all been a long time since I have posted, for the first time since tsp1 I went to use my time code felt like a change well it would not calibrate kept coming up unknown medium I am running the mk1 disc's do I need the MK2s for it to work with tsp2 running the latest version of the software.

    Normally can work it out but it just would not play ball today

    Running an audio 8 and it was -20 on the pitch all the time
     
  2. tmccoy

    tmccoy Forum Member

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    I thought Mk2 timecode was needed?
     
  3. XMan714

    XMan714 NI Product Owner

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    From TSP 1 to TSP 2, I didn't need MK2 timecode. I believe if you had TSP 2.1.3 or older, you can upgrade and still use MK1 timecode. After the 2.1.3 update, you had no choice but to use the MK2 timecode.
     
  4. XMan714

    XMan714 NI Product Owner

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