Download LTC Timecode Generator Free apk 1.2 free for Android smartphone

27 Dec
LTC Timecode Generator Free

Posted by Upstage Interactive in Media & Video | Dec. 27, 2013 | 17 Comments

Apk file size: 81.0 KB

Generate SMPTE LTC Timecode from your Android! Free version.

Outputs through your audio/headphone jack to any camera, video recorder, or whatever!
Jam sync your cameras to your Android!

This is the ONLY app on the Android market (right now) that actually generates timecode that your devices can listen to. (Similar to iOS apps MovieSlate and Clockit)

Fully functional free version generates 24fps, 25fps, and 30fps NDF timecode, locked to time of day.

Upgrade to the paid version to unlock user bits, more framerates including 29.97 (NDF or DF) and 23.976, and the option to start timecode at a custom time instead of time of day.

Tested with:
Sony EX3
Aja Ki-Pro
Panasonic HPX2100
Panasonic SD93
Panasonic AJ-D450

Whats new

    Upgrade to the paid version to unlock user bits, more framerates including 29.97 (NDF or DF) and 23.976, and the option to start timecode at zero (00:00:00.00) instead of time of day.

Upstage Interactive part of our Media & Video and have average installs from 5000 to 10000. Last Update Dec. 27, 2013. Google play rating is 82.5. Current verison is 1.2. Actual size 81.0 KB.

Download ltc-timecode-generator-free.apk 81.0 KB


Russell Shaver

russ Perfect little app except for one thing...time code numbers should be bigger on a tablet. Bigger numbers would make it easier for camera to see. Could use tablet like a time code slate. Otherwise works great.

Jeff Gordon

Top marks for this little app Only thing you have to do, in the UK, is set it to 25fps every time. As it defaults to 24. This is hardly a criticism though. I've used this on dvcam, AJA KiPro, and black magic hdd recorders. All perfect (the KiPro's will loop out timecode as long as you leave the timecode signal going in) I'm using the free version, as time of day is what I would set any recorder to anyway. Brilliant stuff thanks

Joshua Yon

Can't read on my R-88 Recorder I tried using it with my Roland recorder/ mixer, does not seem to read at all. I am using a BNC to XLR MALE to MINI JACK into my phone but still nothing. Could you explain why this would not work? I am set to jam set... Still nothing.

Jason Porter

Great app. Have a TC read app? What we really need is an LTC reader app. Please :)

sapi putih

Thanks!! :0 i dont event imagine. This app exist on android :D. Awesome

Ricky Str

Thoughts I would like it much more if the developers could stream ltc via bluetooth instead of headphones. I wonder what the delay would be? If music apps can stream audio, why not stream tc?

Graham Smith

Great App. New versions can only make it even better.

Kiss Army

Excellent Very well done, now how about doing a LTC reader, I always seem to end up with so many adapters and sex changers in the signal path when routing LTC through the lighting data rack and snake and the ability to check the signal integrity at many points just using my phone would be a god send.

Huz Vaz

how to use this software with AJA ki pro Plz Help me how to connect me with aja ki pro

Chris Burke

how to sync Is there a way to clap sync within the app? Or do you have to use this with a slate?

Christoph Mudri

very useful! i'm feeding the signal into my dslr and h4n and automatically sync it in post. it works every time and very reliably! thank you for this great app and for making it free!

Jason Dowdle

What? The interface looks nothing like the preview. There is no visual time code that I could find. Also no evident way to upgrade. Unless all you want is LTC, this app is useless.

John Duffy

Brilliant Been waiting for something like this for a while. Sounds right. I have a job with 3 aja kipro's coming up this week so will test on that and feedback to you.

Orlando Da Silva

At last I've been wanting an app like this for a while to test studio clocks that read SMPTE time code. Those Wharton and Masterclock generator units are so expensive. I can't wait for my next studio build so I can try it out. For now. I'll give you 5 Stars. I'll come back and change it if it doesn't work. Off hand it "Sounds" like time code that I hear when I use my Probe in the above mentioned boxes. Great Job!

Anthony Headley

What android needed Finally I can get rid of that old mp3 on my phone.

Kevin Karr

Great App, I'm trying to figure out a PC shooting workflow for Timecode and using my Android phone is a great low cost idea ! One problem I have with the app is that it doesn't run in the background. I need this feature as when I am running another app on the phone concurrently, the timecode app stops. for example. I'm running the GoPro App to control a gopro and I would like the LTC generator to run tin the background until I manually press stop on the app. Hopefully this is something you can add. Also, any plans to add WIFI or Bluetooth connectivity functionality so that you can JAM sync to the app on different phones which would be plugged into different cameras for the timecode sync ? (master slave, etc) ? That would be highly useful.

Andrew Jones

Merely Decent I have the free app on my phone and the paid app on my Kindle. I made a 3.5mm to BNC cable so I could use this to sync cameras and my F8. The F8 has a ROCK SOLID TC clock. But I noticed within a minute or two after being unplugged the phone drifted a whole second behind my F8. I can't even use this to jump start multiple cameras, by the second camera I'll be out of sync with the first. It just isn't accurate enough for real productions. Also I noticed the numbers on the kindle tablet are small.

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