The SyncBac PRO is a wireless, embedded, timecode-sync solution for GoPro HERO4 Black and Silver cameras. Simply clip it to the back of the GoPro to enable the camera to generate frame-accurate timecode, producing a timecoded MP4 file at source. This creates the capability to wirelessly timecode sync multiple GoPros, and GoPros with pro cameras and pro audio devices over Timecode Systems’ long-range BLINK RF network.
Timecode sync multiple GoPros
Attach a SyncBac PRO to every unit and timecode sync multiple HERO4 Black and Silver units via long range wireless BLINK RF. Simply make one GoPro the master unit and use the SyncBac PRO to timecode sync unlimited GoPro slaves.
The BLINK RF protocol is how Timecode Systems’ products communicate with each other and how timecode, metadata and control commands travel between units.
Timecode sync with pro cameras & pro audio devices
When docked with a SyncBac PRO, GoPro HERO4 Black and Silver cameras integrate perfectly into a Timecode Systems production workflow. This means they can wirelessly timecode sync with any professional camera and audio equipment using a :pulse, :wave or :minitrx+ unit for timecode.
Wireless monitoring & control
The SyncBac PRO is much more than a timecode generator for GoPros. When connected to the BLINK Hub dashboard via a :pulse, SyncBac PRO users can remotely control and monitor multiple GoPros from any smartphone (iOS or Android), tablet, or Mac® computer. This, among other things, unlocks the capability to adjust camera settings and record start/stop remotely – a great way to maximize a GoPro’s battery life when it’s gear-mounted or not easily accessible.
The SyncBac PRO is a tailor-made accessory for GoPro HERO4 Silver and Black cameras.
Timecode sync is via BLINK – a wireless long range sync, control and metadata exchange protocol developed by Timecode Systems.
Need some help getting up and running? Our video tutorials are a great place to start.
The BLINK Hub is a new, free app accessed from any smartphone, tablet or Mac computer using the Wi-Fi connection from a Timecode Systems :pulse.
At the end of a shoot, hand your editor an SD card with frame accurate embedded timecode.