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Old 08-31-2000, 07:15 AM
Scotty Scotty is offline
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Default USD and Generating Timecode

Hello everyone. This morning I was trying to load picture and audio from my 3/4" deck, and had no luck. The engineers told me that the timecode wave needed to be reshaped, it was too rounded out, probably an old tape. Is there a way to do this internally with the USD, instead of redubbing to a digibeta for instance, then laying down another 3/4"? Does anyone have any idea what I mean? Thanks for any help you could provide.

BTW, I'm using Pro Tools, 5.0, on a grey G3, 300 mhz, system 8.6, with 448 mb of Ram.
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