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    Synchronizing MoCap and video in post-process: which timecode format?

    Hello,

    I have a question regarding synchronization of motion capture data and video (and other analog data) in a post-processing step.

    Preferably, I would like to add a continuous timecode signal to both MoCap and video data, such that we can easily determine the temporal correspondence offline.

    I have two questions:

    - There are many timecode formats (SMTPE, VITC, LTC)... which formats are commonly used in biomechanics?

    - Does anyone know external proprietary timecode-generating devices (perhaps from the imaging-industry) that can be used?


    Regards.

    Ben

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    Re: Synchronizing MoCap and video in post-process: which timecode format?

    Quote Originally Posted by BenVB View Post
    Hello,

    I have a question regarding synchronization of motion capture data and video (and other analog data) in a post-processing step.

    Preferably, I would like to add a continuous timecode signal to both MoCap and video data, such that we can easily determine the temporal correspondence offline.

    I have two questions:

    - There are many timecode formats (SMTPE, VITC, LTC)... which formats are commonly used in biomechanics?

    - Does anyone know external proprietary timecode-generating devices (perhaps from the imaging-industry) that can be used?


    Regards.

    Ben
    Dear Ben,

    we used Horita in the past, which I presume could help you solve your problem: https://horita.com/video-audio-test-...tion-equipment

    Regards,

    Rodrigo

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