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Take control of a multi-camera film or television shoot using Timecode Systems’ free and easy to use production dashboard and device control app.

Take control of a multi-camera film or television shoot using Timecode Systems’ free and easy to use production dashboard and device control app.

BLINK Hub allows film and broadcast production teams to remotely monitor and control not only multiple Timecode Systems units but also any compatible cameras and audio devices they are connected to from a single screen. This gives crews access to the complete production workflow from wherever they are - in the studio, on set or on location – directly from their iPhone, iPad or Macbook.

What it can do?
From the app users can:

• Access a real-time dashboard displaying every Timecode Systems unit on set in one place.
• Monitor and control the battery levels, sync status and settings of any Timecode Systems devices in use (:pulse, :wave, SyncBac PRO, :minitrx+, UltraSync One and UltraSync Blue are all compatible).
• Adjust settings, monitor battery levels, hit record and pause any compatible cameras and audio devices directly from the app.

When is this useful?

• On multi-camera shoots where there are several sources of sound and video.
• To save time in post-production by making sure multi-camera footage and sound is synchronised at the point of shooting rather than relying on a costly manual fix during the edit.
• Remotely controlling GoPro HERO4, HERO6 and HERO7 cameras that have been rigged in difficult to access locations.

Getting started – choose your BLINK master unit

The BLINK Hub is a feature embedded within Timecode Systems’ flagship :wave and :pulse products.

• To monitor and control multiple Timecode Systems’ devices you can use either the :pulse or the :wave as your BLINK master unit.
• To control multiple Timecode Systems units plus a Sound Device 6-Series mixer/recorder, you can use the :pulse or the :wave as the BLINK master unit.
• To control multiple Timecode Systems units and GoPro HERO cameras, the :pulse must be the BLINK master unit.

Four simple steps to launch the BLINK HUB

1. Set a :pulse or :wave as your timecode master.
2. Attach an UltraSync One or SyncBac PRO (as appropriate) to all camera and audio devices on set. This ensures all sources of sound and picture are synced.
3. Use either the WiFi connectivity of the :pulse or :wave or the Ethernet connection on your :pulse to activate the BLINK Hub app.
4. That’s it! All of your devices are synchronised and you can start controlling the workflow centrally from a simple dashboard on your device.

A few technical notes:

As a web based application, connection to the BLINK Hub is via either:

• WiFi (connected using the simultaneous WiFi feature of the :pulse or :wave)
or
• A wired connection to the Ethernet port on the :pulse

Timecode synchronisation, timecode and metadata exchange and wireless device control is over long-range and incredibly reliable BLINK RF.

What’s New

Version 2.0

Bug fix for startup crash occurring on some devices.

Information

Seller
Timecode Systems Limited
Size
7.3 MB
Compatibility

Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English

Age Rating
4+
Copyright
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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