10/01/2020 at 01:22 •
Next up for me is to adapt existing LTC code to this project.
Help I could use:
1) Guidance on what features you feel we need for this to work in a production environment. -- display? input button(s)? time sync input? phone app?
2) 3D-printed case -- I don't have my own printer and know very little about 3-D printing model design (a rabbit hole I've intentionally avoided). A case would be a great selling point. A modular case (whether you want a display or not, whether you want an internal LiPo battery or use a USB cable power source, whether to have a timecode input cable port, etc.)
3) Testing ideas -- how would we test the signal is "compliant"? I can test with Panasonic GH4/GH5 but I don't know if I have any other hardware that work with LTC.
09/30/2020 at 17:19 •
In order to collaborate on development, I've created a repo on github. I have started work on the code, currently it connect to wifi, syncs with NTP, and prints the RTC time. Short-term, I'll write code to *set* the RTC from the NTP time (one-shot on startup, we won't want to be running wifi all the time, yes? https://github.com/claud9999/lutoc