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In VCube, you can also use Networked MTC (RTPMidi) to synchronize.

Prerequisites

VCube 6.1.x or above required

 

  1. Download and install RTP MIDI, that will allow to create Networked MIDI ports.
    http://www.tobias-erichsen.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/rtpMIDISetup.zip
  2. Start RTP Midi 
  3. Create a new session, by clicking on the + icon under My Sessions section and enter a name (MTCNETWORK in our example).
  4. In the Directory section, select both yourdevicename_In and Out and click on Connect to add it in the Particpants section.

     
  5. Start VCube
  6. Go in VCube settings > Format & Sync > Synchronization section and click on the Settings button next to Midi Time Code Input.
    You can select the virtual MIDI port you have created in RTP MIDI.
  7. Enable the Midi Time Code input by clicking on its radio button.
  8. Select Midi Time Code(MTC) in the Chase TC source drop down menu.



    You can now activate VCube Chase to chase the incoming MTC.

 

It is highly recommended to use a common video ref between the devices that will use the TimeCode.
In VCube, simply plug a valid video ref on the video card corresponding connector.

Otherwise, the synchronization between the devices will drift over time.